Where are my savings insured by DICO?

Current List of DICO's Insured Credit Unions and Caisses Populaires

Here is the current list of DICO insured institutions. Sometimes this list changes-for example, when one credit union or caisse populaire merges with another or a new credit union opens. We keep it up to date.

Insured Institutions Mergers

When DICO insured institutions merge, deposits stay covered by DICO.

Your existing deposit insurance coverage does not change when one DICO insured institution buys another, or when two or more institutions join together to become one. Any money that you had deposited is still insured at the new insured institution. But it is important to find out how depositing or withdrawing money from the new institution will affect your coverage.

Link to list of Recent Mergers

If your deposit institution is a member of DICO and merges with another DICO insured institution, talk to your credit union manager or staff or contact us.

History of Closed Insured Institutions

Insured Institutions Wound Up 2011-2013

Since January 1, 2011 the following insured institutions have been closed and are being liquidated:

  • 3M Employees' (London) Credit Union Limited (November 2011)
  • Anishinabek Nation Credit Union Inc. (April 2011)
  • Arnstein Community Credit Union Limited (April 2013)
  • Budd Automotive Employees (Kitchener) Credit Union (March 2012)
  • Community Saving and Credit Union Limited (January 2011)
  • Grey Bruce Health Services Credit Union Limited (September 2012)
  • G.S.W. (Fergus) Credit Union Limited (June 2013)
  • Holy Angel's and St. Anne's Parish (St. Thomas) Credit Union Limited (June 2011)
  • Iroquois Falls Community Credit Union Limited (April 2002)
  • Margosa Credit Union Limited (December 2011)
  • Peek Frean Employees' (Toronto) Credit Union Limited (January 2011)
  • R.B.W. Employees' (Owen Sound) Credit Union Limited (October 2012)
  • Virtual One Credit Union Limited (January 2011)