CUA News

CUA pledges $150,000 for Rural Fire Services and Country Fire Authority

Australia’s largest credit union, CUA, has pledged $150,000 to assist in the ongoing efforts to contain bushfires and protect properties in New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria.
Jan 03, 2020 | Found in: Banking, News,
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Holiday Opening Hours

Below are the opening hours for our branches, CUA Direct (133 282), CUA Health and iM CUA Personal Bankers over the Christmas and New Year period.You can continue to do your everyday banking via CUA Online and Mobile Banking, Telebanker and the ATM networks. For CUA Health members, you can continue to manage your policy and make online health insurance claims via the app, or Online Member Services at cua.com.au/health.From everyone at CUA, we hope you have a wonderful festive season.
Dec 17, 2019 | Found in:
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CUA awarded a place on Government’s first home buyer lending panel

Australia’s largest credit union, CUA, will play a leading role in helping more first home buyers step onto the property ladder sooner, after being appointed to the lending panel for the Australian Government’s First Home Loan Deposit Scheme.
Dec 12, 2019 | Found in: Financial Wellbeing, News, Home Loan, Media Release,
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Premium changes to deliver continued value and increased member benefits

CUA Health has today confirmed changes to its 2020 insurance premiums, highlighted by additional benefits and one of its lowest average increases over the past two decades.
Dec 07, 2019 | Found in: News, Health, Media Release,
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Delivering a ‘Connected Future’ through digital and financial capability

Around 2.58 million Australians are not connected to the internet and many more lack the digital skills to fully participate in the online world.1Residents of major cities are much more likely to have home internet access (88%) than those in remote areas (77%).1Young people aged 15-17 have the highest proportion of internet use (98%), compared to older Australians aged 65 (55%).1Just over half of all Australian consumers, and 79% of those aged 18-24, use a mobile banking app for most of their banking. But 50% of those aged 65+ say they would never use a mobile banking app.2
Dec 02, 2019 | Found in: News, Media Release,
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For media enquiries, please contact:
Laurel-Lee Blain, Senior Manager, External Communications     •   Ph: (02) 9323 8095     •   Email: laurel-lee.blain@cua.com.au
Kieran Marsh, Corporate Communications Specialist     •   Ph: (07) 3552 4478     •   Email: kieran.marsh@cua.com.au