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Credit Union Spotlight – Capital Credit Union

Introducing Capital Credit Union (CCU), the Credit Union providing award-winning, ethical financial services to the communities of East Scotland. Capital Credit Union was established in 1989 and currently serves up to 25,000 members, making it one of the largest Credit Unions in the UK. We

FOCUS December 2021 Issue – Now Available for Download

Download Here for the latest Credit Union and community banking news, and information. This months edition covers the latest on: Engage Smartcash – Challenging Go Henry – Helping Credit Unions to drive junior membership. Engage Unsung Hero Awards 2021 – Our very first annual Unsung Hero Awards,

Extra Support from Engage in the Coming Months

Just like last year, we once again find ourselves entering the festive period with a level of uncertainty around the pandemic and possible further restrictions. We want to reassure all of our Credit Union partners that whatever happens in the coming weeks, the Engage team will

Instant Access to Open Banking-Exclusively for Credit Unions

Engage are excited to announce the forthcoming launch of our Credit Union Open Banking Solution in early January. If your Credit Union is looking to maximise loan conversions whilst minimising your risk of defaults, now is the perfect time to incorporate open banking. Engage is currently

Black Friday Sales From Our Cashback Reward Partners

Black Friday is one of the biggest sales events of the year, with plenty of mouth-watering deals on offer. Make the most of these when using your Engage card with our reward partners and receive cash back rewards on what you spend. Through your Engage

Centre for Social Justice Report

Centre for Social Justice Report Over the last year, Engage and parent group Contis have worked closely with the Centre for Social Justice and funded essential research into UK debt and the effect it has on people and our communities.


The final report, published on 26 th April 2020 and featured in the Sunday Times, highlights the problems of debt throughout the country and the role of government in this problem.


Click here for this important publication which is a must read for everyone working within the community banking sector.