EDCU announces merger

The Enderby and District Credit Union announced that Partners in Planning has amalgamated with Investment Planning Counsel (IPC).

The Enderby and District Credit Union announced that Partners in Planning has amalgamated with Investment Planning Counsel (IPC).

As a result, customers will notice that signs have changed at the credit union, which has an IPC office in-branch. Members and clients can be assured that the amalgamation will not affect their relationship with EDCU or their advisors, or any financial plans that have been established for them.

The same trusted professionals are available for consultation, offering the same wide array of wealth management products and services.

Enderby and District Credit Union and IPC look forward to continuing to provide customers with comprehensive wealth management services.

IPC has more than $17 billion in assets under administration, and more than 900 advisors working from 450 independently operated locations, serving more than 200,000 Canadians coast to coast.


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