CUA offers record-low fixed rate home loan and cuts for SMEs
Australia’s largest customer-owned banking organisation, CUA, has launched its lowest ever interest rate of 1.97% for a 3-year fixed rate home loan. The home loan is available for owner-occupiers paying principal and interest, with CUA also dropping variable rates for all business loans.
A fifth of Aussies in a better position to buy a house thanks to COVID-19
New research reveals around half of Australians are planning home ownership within the next year, but what they are looking for in a new home is shifting as a result of COVID-19.
Member focus and strategic investments drive CUA financial results
CUA today confirmed it had recorded solid asset and member growth, and improved its capital position, in a year which also saw the mutual deliver unprecedented support to members and the community.
CUA commits $1 million to community initiatives targeted at financial inclusion
Australia’s largest member-owned banking organisation, CUA, has today released its Financial Inclusion Action Plan (FIAP), supported by more than $1 million in community investment to address vulnerability.
CUA supports first homebuyers with $244 million of lending via government scheme
CUA is helping Australians achieve the dream of owning their first home with $244 million in home loans issued and in progress from the first round of the First Home Loan Deposit scheme (FHLDS), it revealed today.
Update on CUA’s agreement with Healthscope private hospitals
CUA Health is pleased to confirm that we've reached an in-principle agreement with the Healthscope Group of private hospitals, which we feel represents good value for our health insurance members.
CUA unveils Financial Assistance Package to support members affected by COVID-19
Australia’s largest member-owned banking organisation, CUA, has announced a Financial Assistance Package to help support its members impacted by the COVID-19 situation.
CUA Health delays premium increase as part of COVID-19 support package
CUA Health will delay its 1 April premium changes and cover a range of telehealth services for six months, as part of a broader package of financial relief measures for members in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.