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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
CUA has today launched a new innovative accelerator program developed in collaboration with industry leading partner Slingshot, with the goal of giving control and clarity over personal finances to our members.
Variable home loan rates lowered to benefit members
Australia’s largest credit union, CUA, will lower interest rates across its variable owner-occupied and investor home loans, following the Reserve Bank’s decision this week to reduce the official cash rate.
CUA set to ‘Bring the Heat’ for a further three seasons
Australia’s largest credit union CUA has reaffirmed its commitment to cricket across Queensland, from the grassroots to the Gabba, renewing as the Principal Partner of the Brisbane Heat and Queensland Cricket for a further three years.
CUA takes steps to bolster commitment to financial wellbeing
Australia’s largest credit union, CUA, has furthered its commitment to the financial wellbeing of its members and the broader community, announcing initiatives with two new partners aimed at providing support and education.
CUA members to benefit from variable home loan rate reductions
Australia’s largest credit union, CUA, will lower variable interest rates across all owner-occupied and investor home loans, following the Reserve Bank’s decision this week to reduce the official cash rate by 0.25% for a second consecutive month.