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ACE has affordable affiliation fees, kept as low as possible without compromising the quality and level of service provided:

Group 1 members pay an inexpensive annual fee of 60p per adult member, due on the 1st of October each year and based on the number of adult members at the preceding 30st September.

Group 2 members are those credit unions with over 8000 members. They each pay a fixed annual fee of £4,800. This fee does not rise, however many members join the credit union).

Group 3 members are credit unions who are finding it difficult to pay the fees, where the ACE directors have agreed to reduce the fees temporarily to £20 per annum. (The credit union must apply to ACE explaining its financial position and provide a copy of the previous year's audited accounts. This is a temporary status, subject to review each year, provided because ACE considers it important to help small credit unions through difficult times, but it is not sustainable for extensive periods.)

Group 4 members are organisations or individuals with a close association to credit unions for which/whom the fee is £20 per annum. Members in this category may include such organizations as Co-operative Development Agencies and individuals such as independent consultants. They are bound by the same non-disclosure/-sharing restrictions as any other ACE member and will generally be net contributors of information and support to other ACE members.

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JOB VACANCY - Business Development Manager

ACE is currently looking to employ a Business Development Manager to help attract new members and promote ACE Credit Union Services across the Credit Union sector in Great Britain. Applications with a CV should be sent to bill.hudson@acecus.org The closing date for applications is 13/10/2023 with interviews being held in Manchester on the 23/10/2023


ACE Newsletter July 2023

Our latest newsletter is available to view here

Following the trade bodies meeting with the PRA and FCA you can read about what you will need to do to take advantage of the new products and services being offered to credit unions through the Financial Servicesand Markets Act 2023. The FCA also lays out its expectations for credit unions as Consumer Duty becomes a reality on the 31st July 2023.