Please ensure you read and retain this information sheet and exclusions list.
|Basic information about the protection of your eligible deposits|
|Eligible deposits in Number One Police Credit Union Limited trading as No1 CopperPot Credit Union are protected by:||The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (“FSCS”). 1|
|Limit of protection:||£85,000 per depositor per bank / building society / credit union. 2|
|If you have more eligible deposits at the same bank / building society / credit union:||All your eligible deposits at the same bank / building society / credit union are “aggregated” and the total is subject to the limit of £85,000. 2|
|If you have a joint account with other person(s):||The limit of £85,000 applies to each depositor separately. 3|
|Reimbursement period in case of bank, building society or credit union’s failure:||20 working days. 4|
|Currency of reimbursement:||Pound sterling (GBP, £).|
|To contact Number One Police Credit Union Limited trading as No1 CopperPot Credit Union for enquiries relating to your account:
To contact the FSCS for further information on compensation:
|No1 CopperPot Credit Union
Slater House, Oakfield Road
Cheadle Royal Business Park
Tel: 0161 741 3160
Financial Services Compensation Scheme
10th Floor Beaufort House
15 St Botolph Street
Tel: 0800 678 1100 or 020 7741 4100
|Additional information (all or some of the below)|
|1 Scheme responsible for the protection of your eligible deposit
Your eligible deposit is covered by a statutory Deposit Guarantee Scheme. If insolvency of your bank, building society or credit union should occur, your eligible deposits would be repaid up to £85,000 by the Deposit Guarantee Scheme.
2 General limit of protection
If a covered deposit is unavailable because a bank, building society or credit union is unable to meet its financial obligations, depositors are repaid by a Deposit Guarantee Scheme. This repayment covers at maximum £85,000 per bank, building society or credit union. This means that all eligible deposits at the same bank, building society or credit union are added up in order to determine the coverage level. If, for instance a depositor holds a savings account with £80,000 and a current account with £10,000, he or she will only be repaid £85,000.
In some cases eligible deposits which are categorised as “temporary high balances” are protected above £85,000 for six months after the amount has been credited or from the moment when such eligible deposits become legally transferable. These are eligible deposits connected with certain events including:
a) certain transactions relating to the depositor’s current or prospective only or main residence or dwelling;
More information can be obtained under http://www.fscs.org.uk
3 Limit of protection for joint accounts
In case of joint accounts, the limit of £85,000 applies to each depositor. However, eligible deposits in an account to which two or more persons are entitled as members of a business partnership, association or grouping of a similar nature, without legal personality, are aggregated and treated as if made by a single depositor for the purpose of calculating the limit of £85,000.
The responsible Deposit Guarantee Scheme is the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, 10th Floor Beaufort House, 15 St Botolph Street, London, EC3A 7QU, Tel: 0800 678 1100 or 020 7741 4100, Email: ICT@fscs.org.uk. It will repay your eligible deposits (up to £85,000) within 7 working days, this will increase to 20 if the case is complex, save where specific exceptions apply.
Where the FSCS cannot make the repayable amount available within 7 working days, it will, from 1 June 2016 until 31 December 2023, ensure that you have access to an appropriate amount of your covered deposits to cover the cost of living (in the case of a depositor which is an individual) or to cover necessary business expenses (in the case of a depositor which is not an individual or a large company) within 5 working days of a request. Again, there are specific exceptions to this obligation.
In the case of a depositor which is a large company, where the FSCS cannot make the repayable amount available within 7 working days, it will, from 3 July 2015 until 1 December 2016, ensure that you have access to your covered deposits within fifteen working days of a request containing sufficient information to enable it to make a payment, save where specific exceptions apply.
If you have not been repaid within these deadlines, you should contact the Deposit Guarantee Scheme since the time to claim reimbursement may be barred after a certain time limit. Further information can be obtained under http://www.fscs.org.uk.
Other important information
In general, all retail depositors and businesses are covered by Deposit Guarantee Schemes. Exceptions for certain deposits are stated on the website of the responsible Deposit Guarantee Scheme. Your bank, building society or credit union will also inform you of any exclusions from protection which may apply. If deposits are eligible, the bank, building society or credit union shall also confirm this on the statement of account.
|A deposit is excluded from protection if:
1. The holder and any beneficial owner of the deposit have never been identified in accordance with money laundering requirements. For further information, contact your bank, bank building society or credit union.
2. The deposit arises out of transactions in connection with which there has been a criminal conviction for money laundering.
3. It is a deposit made by a depositor which is one of the following:
– credit institution
The following are deposits, categories of deposits or other instruments which will no longer be protected from 3 July 2015:
– deposits of a credit union to which the credit union itself is entitled
|For further information about exclusions, refer to the FSCS website at www.FSCS.org.uk|
1 Deposits by personal pension schemes, stakeholder pension schemes and occupational pension schemes of micro, small and medium sized enterprises are not excluded
2 Listed in Section C of Annex 1 of Directive 2014/65/EU
3 Under the Companies Act 1985 or Companies Act 2006
4 See footnote 3
5 See footnote 3