North Shore Credit Union
|Headquarters||North Vancouver, British Columbia,
|Area served||British Columbia|
|Key people||Chris Catliff - President & Chief Executive Officer|
BlueShore Financial, formerly known as North Shore Credit Union, is a credit union in Canada with over 40,000 clients and $2.8 billion in assets under administration. Based in North Vancouver, British Columbia, BlueShore Financial operates as a full service financial institution for its clients, and has 12 branches throughout the Lower Mainland of British Columbia and in Squamish, Whistler, and Pemberton. Its subsidiaries include BlueShore Wealth, BlueShore Leasing, BlueShore Transport Finance, and BlueShore Capital.
Founded in 1941, BlueShore Financial is designated a Caring Company by the Canadian Centre for Philanthropy and is a proud member of Canada's IMAGINE program. As an Imagine Canada Caring Company, BlueShore Financial supports the principles of corporate citizenship and benchmarks for community investment established by Imagine Canada. The organization agrees to commit a minimum of 1% of pre-tax profit to support charitable and non-profit organizations and to encourage the personal giving and volunteer activities of its employees. BlueShore Financial has been named among the "50 Best Small and Medium Employers in Canada" and "The Green 30" by Aon Hewitt, and "Canada's 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures™" by Waterstone Human Capital. BlueShore Financial has also been honoured numerous times as one of the most technologically innovative financial institutions in North America.
BlueShore Financial is the title sponsor of Cornucopia in Whistler, the presenting sponsor of the Vancouver Triathlon, has named the BlueShore Financial Centre for the Performing Arts in partnership with Capilano University, and is a proud supporter of North Shore Rescue through an annual golf tournament in North Vancouver.
- BC Credit Union Develops High-Value Advisory Services
- North Shore Credit Union Posts Strong Financial Results Once Again. North Shore Credit Union. 13 February 2006.
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