C.A.R.E.S.The C.A.R.E.S account is specifically geared towards young savers aged 0 -18 years. The account was set up to encourage children to develop healthy and responsible saving habits, encourage parents to make preparations for the continuation of their children's education and to promote the Credit Union Philosophy among young people.
Fixed Deposit AccountWe all want to earn more on our money. A COK Sodality Fixed Deposit Account does just that for you without putting your money at risk.
Golden Egg Deposit AccountThe Golden Egg Deposit Account exists for members who wish to earn attractive returns on savings, along with having access to their funds at any time.
Golden Harvest Savings PlanSaving money is difficult. You know that if you put a little money aside every month, bit-by-bit, little by little, your savings will grow and blossom into a nice lump sum.
Partner PlanThe COK partner plan operates on the same precepts as the traditional "partner" system; but with the COK Partner Plan
Share AccountCOK Credit Union is special for a number of reasons, competitive rates on loans and savings accounts, traditionally low fees and service charges, excellent service, safety and security, and the feeling of owning your financial institution.
Wealth MaximizerCOK’s Wealth Maximiser Investment Plan is a great way to make your money grow. It is a long-term, tax-free savings plan that allows you to put away lump sums for five-year periods.
Savings Products for Minors COK offers two attractive saving instruments for minors. These instruments were developed to encourage savings by, or for and on behalf of, persons aged 1 day to 1 day below 18 years, and to provide a medium for these persons to save. The programmes were uniquely designed and marketed for children from infancy through to High Schools, creating an opportunity at the earlier years to partner with parents and teachers in promoting and encouraging thrift in their children and creating an opportunity for the children to grow in greater independence and fiscal responsibility. These children and teenagers are not considered members, as the adult account holders are classified as deposit holders. The account that is available to these categories of savers is the Share Account. This account earns a quarterly interest, where the rate payable is usually tied to that of the adult Golden Egg Account. A passbook is maintained on this account, which is updated on request. The passbook is not required for a transaction to be carried out on the account.