Become A Member
You can submit your membership application online. Select the membership account type below and click the button to continue.
Benefits Of Membership
Join Ansac Credit Union and benefit from our many loans and services available only to our valued members.
How Can I Join?
To apply you’ll need to fill out our application form available online here or through our App. You’ll also need the following documentation:
Driver’s Licence, Passport or Defence Forces ID
Proof of Address
Recent gas/electricity or telephone bill, recent bank/building society statement or TV licence
Proof of PPS Number
You can use documents from Revenue, Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection, the HSE and current or previous employment which display your PPSN
Once your membership application is approved, we’ll contact you with your account details. To activate your ANSAC account you’ll need to lodge €10 to your shares, €1.27 of which will be automatically deducted as your nominal joining fee.
Below are some frequently asked questions about becoming a member with us:
In order to join ANSAC you’ll need to complete our membership form and provide the following:
- Photographic Identification
- Driver’s Licence, Passport or Defence Forces ID
- Proof of Residence
- Recent gas/electricity or telephone bill, recent bank/building society statement or TV licence
- Proof of PPS Number
Yes, to activate your ANSAC account once your membership application has been approved, you’ll need to lodge €10 to your shares. €1.27 of which will be automatically deducted as your nominal joining fee.
The common bond is the factor which unites all the members of your credit union - it is what all members have in common. The most usual common bonds are:
Community bond (where all the members live, and in some cases work, in a particular locality).
Occupational bond (where all members are in the same profession or occupation, or work for the same employer).
Associational bond (where all the members are in the same society or association).
ANSAC’s common bond is membership of PDFORRA.
Yes, the children of ANSAC Members can open accounts with us. We offer Minor accounts to those under the age of 16. Offspring of ANSAC members over the age of 16 can join as an adult.
Adult family members must be resident at the same household as the ANSAC member. Minor family members however don’t have to live at the same address.
Yes, adult family members of ANSAC members can become members provided they are resident in the same household as the ANSAC members. Equally the children of ANSAC members can open an account with us. They are not required to live at the same address as the ANSAC member in question.
Yes, provided you are still a member on the day of your retirement from the defence forces you can remain a member of ANSAC. As a member you can also offer your services as an ANSAC rep and be nominated to serve on our board.
Our AGMs typically takes place towards the end of the year/start of the next one. However, we will provide you with written notification and publish the date on our social media accounts in the weeks before the meeting