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June 28, 2022

Kootenay Savings Credit Union (Kootenay Savings) has appointed Mark McLoughlin as its new President and Chief Executive Officer. This appointment follows an extensive national search process by the Kootenay Savings Board of Directors that commenced in October of 2021. Mark will take up his new position as CEO of Kootenay Savings on August 15, 2022. He replaces the current CEO Brent Tremblay who announced his intention to retire this year following a 45-year career at Kootenay Savings during which he served as CEO for 18 years. Brent has agreed to stay on in the capacity of Interim President & CEO until Mark comes on board in August.

For full details, please read the press release here
We are happy to announce we are opening our doors and expanding hours for face-to-face service as of Monday, April 4th. For more information, check our out our New Hours FAQs here.

February 9, 2022

We’re pleased to announce that 2021 electronic tax receipts are now available through online banking. Access your current year’s tax receipts as well as any you received in past years. 

Press Releases

At Kootenay Savings Credit Union, we recognize we're only as strong as the members and communities we serve, which is why community investment is at the heart of all we do. One of the major ways we can make a meaningful differnce is through the work of the Kootenay Savings Community Foundation.

KS Community Foundation Awards Over $123,000 in Grants & Bursaries - PDF
As part of Selkirk College's upcoming Giving Day on Thursday, May 12, the Kootenay Savings Community Foundation is proud to announce a $10,000 contribution to Selkirk College to help boost student wellness and tackle inequality.

KS Community Foundation Provides Boost to Selkirk College Student Wellness - PDF

October 28, 2021

To celebrate International Credit Union Day last week, Kootenay Savings' employees distributed proceeds from the credit union's Care Wear program - $21,206 - to 25 different charities and non-profits.

KSCU Employees Share Over $21K with Local Charities - PDF