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Membership Shares – Class “A” Membership Equity Shares

Membership in Bulkley Valley Credit Union requires holding fully paid Class “A” Equity Shares having a par value of one dollar ($1.00) each, in numbers detailed in the Bulkley Valley Credit Union Rules (currently as follows):

Except as otherwise provided below, each member must hold a minimum of 25 shares

  • Members under the age of 19 years must hold a minimum of 5 shares.
  • Members over the age of 60 years must hold a minimum of 5 shares.
  • If shares are jointly held, the primary member holds 20 shares and each other member holds 5.

provided that the number of members jointly holding those shares shall not exceed 2.

Members may subscribe to a maximum of 1000 shares.

Redemption of Class “A” equity shares is subject to the Credit Union Incorporation Act and to the Bulkley Valley Credit Union Rules.

Share dividends and patronage dividends are paid, based on financial performance.


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