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By: MPCC CU | On: October 9, 2018 | Category: Latest News |

Member Update – September 2018

In September, 37 new members chose to open accounts with us here in MPCC CU.

By: MPCC CU | On: October 9, 2018 | Category: Latest News |

Loans Issued – September 2018

We are actively lending, and last month, we issued €380,000 in loans to 92 happy members.

By: MPCC CU | On: October 2, 2018 | Category: Latest News |

Improved Online Access

After listening to feedback from our members we have improved our online access system. This is another step in providing our members with enhanced online facilities.

By: MPCC CU | On: September 6, 2018 | Category: Latest News |

Loans Issued – August 2018

We are actively lending, and last month, we issued €366,000 in loans to 93 happy members.

By: MPCC CU | On: September 6, 2018 | Category: Latest News |

Member Update – August 2018

In August, 34 new members chose to open accounts with us here in MPCC CU.

By: MPCC CU | On: September 5, 2018 | Category: Latest News |

CULKSHC Competition

We have 10 pairs of tickets to give away for this weekend’s Round 4 of the Credit Union Limerick Senior Hurling Championship.

By: MPCC CU | On: August 27, 2018 | Category: Latest News |

Conor meets Liam

Conor Leahy CEO of MPCC Credit Union pictured with the Liam MacCarthy Cup, Limerick Team Members and Committee in Mungret St Paul’s in advance of the Mungret Community MUSIC Festival last Friday which MPCC are one of the main sponsors.

By: MPCC CU | On: August 16, 2018 | Category: Latest News |

Member Update – July 2018

In July, 31 new members chose to open accounts with us here in MPCC CU.

By: MPCC CU | On: August 16, 2018 | Category: Latest News |

Loans Issued – July 2018

We are actively lending, and last month, we issued €490,000 in loans to 103 happy members.

By: MPCC CU | On: July 30, 2018 | Category: Latest News |

Back to School Costs Survey

A survey carried out by the Irish League of Credit Unions has found that 36% of families in Ireland find themselves in debt due to the back-to-school spend.

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