Khalsa Credit Union
Khalsa Credit Union was registered in 1986 in Canada as
a religious bond financial institution to provide financial
services to the Sikh community. Credit unions are cooperative
financial institutions, owned and controlled by the people who
use its services. Credit unions serve groups of people that
share a common bond, such as nationality or where they work
or live. Credit unions are not-for-profit, and traditionally
provide fewer fees, better service and lower rates on loans.
The members themselves pool their financial assets to provide
funds for these loans and a wide variety of other financial
Khalsa Credit Union offers savings and checking accounts, online
banking, credit cards, loans, and investment vehicles. They
have branches in Surrey, Vancouver, British Columbia,
Abottsford, and Guilford.