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Banking doesn't need to be complicated, but it does come with a certain amount of added information you need to know before you open up a new account or take out a loan.
We're adopting a new Account and Access Facility Conditions of Use commencing 1 October 2018. You can obtain a copy by downloading it here or asking at any Branch. For Members who joined prior to 1 October 2018, these changes will be effective from 1 December 2018. Banking with us after this date, will be taken as acceptance of these new Conditions of Use.
These are very important legal brochures you need to read before you take out one of our products - they cover the really detailed information that applies to the product and any terms and conditions that apply.
This information applies to our savings and transaction accounts and related products or services like cards and internet banking. You'll need to take it into consideration before opening an account.
If you're considering taking out a loan or credit card, you'll need to read these brochures first.
In 2008, Prudential Standard 'APS 330 Capital Adequacy: Public Disclosure of Prudential Information' became effective. The standard requires financial institutions to make high quality and timely disclosures of information on its risk management and capital adequacy to contribute to the transparency of financial markets and to enhance market discipline.
The documents below provide information relating to Queenslanders’ capital structure, capital adequacy, credit risk exposure, impaired facilities, provisions and write-offs, as required under Australian Prudential Standard 330.
Note: On 1 April 2018 Queenslanders Credit Union merged with Queensland Country Credit Union. To view prudential disclosures since the merger, visit qccu.com.au.
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