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Please note you MUST reside at the same address as the sponsoring member
I hereby nominate the person listed in "Beneficiary Name", to become entitled to such property in the Credit Union (whether savings, loans, insurances with the exception of Death Benefit Rider, if applicable, or otherwise), not exceeding the limit of the amount for the time being authorised by law which I may have at the time of my death.Note under section 21 (4) of the Credit Union Act 1997, a nomination shall not be revocable or variable by the will of the nominator or by any codicil to his / her will. Under section 21(6) of the Credit Union Act 1997, the marriage of a member of a Credit Union shall operate as a revocation of any nomination made by him/her before his/her marriage.
All Credit Unions are obliged to comply with the legislation that Government has enacted to combat money laundering and the financing of terrorism.
This legislation is called the 'Criminal Justice (Money Laundering & Terrorist Financing) Act, 2010' and the 'Criminal Justice Act, 2013.
In accordance with this legislation we are required to obtain answers from all our members to the following questions.
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An explanation of terms is available for reference: Explanation of Terms
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The use of your details for marketing purposes will depend on the preferences that you express below
This information is being sought for the purposes of reporting obligations under the Common Reporting Standard (CRS), as provided for by Section 891F of the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997.
The information required to be reported under the CRS, including name, address, TIN, account number, account balance and payments on the account will be provided to the Revenue Commissioners and may be exchanged securely with another Competent Tax Authority in your jurisdiction of tax residence, but such information will at all times be treated with the strictest confidentiality as required by the Data Protection Acts 1988 & 2003.
Only data that is legally required to be reported will be provided to the Revenue Commissioners.
For more information on this, please speak to your credit union, contact Revenue at email@example.com or see http://www.oecd.org/tax/transparency/automaticexchangeofinformation.htm
This notice explains what the Credit Union do with your personal data, as defined under the Data Protection Acts 1988 and 2003 ( the DPAS).The personal information requested from you is required to enable the Credit Union to effectively provide the benefits of membership to you and our various products and services to you. We will use the information which you have provided 1) to fulfil the benefits of membership and administer our products, accounts and services to you including any loan products or insurance products. 2) For direct marketing purposes, where you have given your permission to do so, to advise you of products or services. 3)To carry out searches (including verifying your identity and/or a credit search) and disclose information to credit reference agencies and other credit unions from whom you have previously obtained a loan for the purpose of assessing applications for credit and credit related services and for on-going credit review. Credit reference agencies will record details of each type of search the Credit Union makes about you whether or not your application succeeds. 4) to place your first name, second name and date of birth on a secure, restricted and encrypted national register of credit union members. This information can be accessed by other credit unions throughout Ireland that you have dealt with previously or which you may have dealings with in the future. 5) To provide your personal details to debt collection agencies and/or third party processors and contractors, who act on behalf of the Credit Union, if it is necessary for the performance of a contract and/or to protect the legitimate interests of Credit Union. Under the Data Protection Acts you have the right of access to personal information we hold about you on our records on payment of a nominal fee (currently €6.35). If you decide to become a member of the credit union, you consent to the use by the credit union of your personal data as indicated above. I hereby consent to the processing of my personal data by St. Joseph’s Irish Airports and Aviation Credit Union in the manner as set out above and apply for membership of, and agree to abide by the rules of, the above credit union. The information given by me on this form is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. I understand that any false or misleading information given by me in connection with my application form or my membership with the credit union may result in termination of my membership, apart from any other legal sanctions that may apply. I confirm I have received a copy of the Depositor Information Sheet.
A checklist of this required documentation is available to review and print: Documentation Checklist