Ballyphehane Office will be open on Tuesdays from 2nd June
From Tuesday 2nd June the Ballyphehane Office will be open the following hours: 10:00 – 13:30 14:30 – 16:30
International Nurses Day
A massive shout-out to all the Nurses and Mid-wives this International Nurses Day! #Frontline #Heroes #Nurses2020 #Midwives2020 #NursingTheWorldtoHealth #AVoiceToLead
Switcher-Pack for Current Account
Switching to a First South Credit Union Current Account is so easy and we have made it even easier for you with our Switcher Pack, available to download now on our website. There has never been a better time to switch. Open a Current Account online today and start banking the Credit Union way!
BREAKING NEWS its the little things that make the difference! We are delighted to announce that credit unions have topped the Ireland Reptrak®️ 2020 study as the most reputable and highly regarded organisation in Ireland! This study, undertaken by the The Reputations Agency delves into the perceptions of the public and measures levels of trust, admiration, … Continue reading Breaking News!
World Password Day
Today is World Password Day. When you register for our Online Banking service you will need to create a password. Here are a few tips to help make yours strong. The longer your password the better. Include special characters, numbers, UPPER case and lower case letters Never use the same password twice. Don’t use series … Continue reading World Password Day
European Bank Holiday
Today is a European bank Holiday. Please be aware that this will impact Electronic Fund Transfers. In most cases it will be Tuesday before your EFT is processed.
Member Monthly Draw
Open a Current Account at First South Credit Union and be entered into a monthly draw! It is a full bank current account from your Credit Union with it’s own IBAN. Set up Direct Debits and Standing Orders. Pay your bills. Get your wages and social welfare payments paid directly into your Current Account. Full … Continue reading Member Monthly Draw
Last week our Government announced a new wellbeing campaign where you will find lots of advice and tips on how you can look after your mental wellbeing, stay active and stay connected. Pop onto gov.ie/together to find out more! “no matter what you’re going through, let’s stay connected and make it through, together.” #InThisTogether