What is CUMA?
Welcome to the Credit Union Managers Association of Saskatchewan. Our vision is “To build a vibrant credit union system by acting as the channel for employees to establish and sustain strong, professional relationships with their peers.”
CUMA is for current and emerging credit union leaders who are career minded and passionate about credit unions. The Association strengthens the credit union system by organizing forums for networking that result in the sharing of experiences and the fostering of personal development. CUMA is committed to providing opportunities for the building of strong and sustainable relationships.
CUMA provides opportunities for formal and informal networking. Active participation develops peer support networks, inter credit union co-operation and good will, and improves communication among its members.
CUMA membership is open to all credit union employees over the age of 18. Those wishing to enhance or share their leadership skills will find being a CUMA member very beneficial.
CUMA provides opportunities for all of our leaders and emerging leaders to network in an environment where title does not necessarily matter. We are fulfilling a role of building a stronger and more cohesive provincial credit union system. In some cases membership may be at the discretion of the credit union.
Meet our Team
Saskatoon District (1 director)
Includes the city of Saskatoon and all communities within a 25km radius
Regina District (1 director)
Includes the city of Regina and all communities within a 25km radius
South District (2 directors)
Includes all communities located on, or south, of the border defined as: from the Alberta border east along the South Saskatchewan River to Riverhurst, then southeast along Hwy 42 to Moose Jaw, then east along Hwy 1 to the Manitoba border
Central District (2 directors)
Includes all communities located north of the South District and on, or south, of the border defined as: from the Alberta border east along Hwy 14 to Saskatoon, then east along Hwy 16 to Elfros, then north along Hwy 35 to Wadena, then east along Hwy 5 to the Manitoba border
Northwest District (2 directors)
Includes all communities located north of the Central District and west of Hwy 2
Northeast District (2 directors)
Includes all communities located north of the Central District and on, or east, of Hwy 2