Corporate savers

Business and organisations which qualify for membership are: mutuals, social enterprises, charities, community groups, start up companies and micro enterprises. The business or organisation must have a place of business in the common bond area (Stroud District and Tetbury). 

As well as the Stroud District area we cover the parishes of Ashley, Avening, Beverston, Boxwell with  Leighterton, Cherington, Didmarton, Kingscote, Long Newnton, Ozleworth, Rodmarton,  Sapperton, Shipton Moyne, Tetbury, Tetbury Upton and Westonbirt with Lasborough

Check the maps below to see if the place of business is within the boundary lines.

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If you have any questions, please do call us on: 01453 298785 . If we are not open you can leave a message and we will call you back. 

How to become a Corporate member of Stroud Valleys Credit Union

  • Check that your organisation is based in the Stroud District area or the Tetbury area.
  • Fill in a Corporate Savers application form. Forms are available from our customer service points or you can download a form at the bottom of this page. Corporate Saver applications cannot be made online.
  • Provide verification of identity and address
  • Pay £4 joining fee and deposit at least £5 in your savings account.

DOWNLOAD CORPORATE SAVER APPLICATION

The easiest way to save is to arrange a standing order from your organisations current account. Forms are available from our customer service points or you can download a form at the bottom of this page. Please remember to add your member number to the SVCU reference box.

Alternatively you can make payments in person at one of our customer service points.

DOWNLOAD  STANDING ORDER FORM

To access your savings (also called ‘shares’) you need to fill in a share withdrawal form. Forms are available from our customer service points or you can download a form at the bottom of this page.

You can choose whether to be paid by BACS or cheque and will receive your money within 7 days.

DOWNLOAD SHARE WITHDRAWAL FORM