Common Bond of YourB
Each credit union has a common bond which defines eligibility of members to join
Every Credit Union has a Common Bond, which is basically a means by which each member has something in common with one another. Because of the way Credit Unions are run; democratically, owned by their members, it is important to make sure member fall within that common bond.
YourB is offered to individuals who are employees or members of the following organisations:
Other organisations and places of worship, family members and associated members can apply to join YourB. If your organisation is not listed on the website or you are not sure, please contact us. We can discuss with you how you can start to save with YourB by inviting your organisation to join YourB.
Note: A member of the listed organisations is defined as an individual who has provided their details to enrol into the organisation and their names are held by the organisation on a register or database of members. An individual application for membership of YourB will require a supporting statement from the organisation to this effect.
A corporate body, an individual in his/her capacity as a partner in a partnership, an individual in his/her capacity as an officer or a member of the governing body of an unincorporated association, if the body corporate, partnership or unincorporated association:
An individual who is a member of the same household as, and is a relative of, an individual who is a member of the credit union and falls directly within the common bond specified above.