Our governance structure’s one of the things that makes Affinity different.
It’s effective, transparent, accountable, open and ethical. It keeps us connected to our co-operative roots, and to each of our diverse member-owners.
Our branches are grouped into 12 districts, and 11 of those districts represent Affinity members from a specific region in the province.
Our Indigenous District’s unique. It represents First Nations communities specifically, and it serves the whole province instead of a single region. It was created to improve access to financial services and support indigenous individuals, families, businesses and their economic growth.
Our districts all have a district council, which is elected by our member-owners. Each district council elects representatives to the Board of Directors and that number is dependent on how many Affinity members are in their district.
That special something that makes credit unions unique. Nothing’s more important than our members, and our democratic process keeps you front and centre.
The members of our Board of Directors are the decision makers behind Affinity, helping determine where we’re headed.
Your representatives from your community. These folks elect the Board, distribute district council funding and provide feedback as member-owners.