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Main Line No: 6344 8627
Contact Name: Shanmugathaasan Balasingam
Contact No: 6344 8627

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To encourage thrift and to assist members to reduce the cost of living and improve their economic position.
Main Line No: 6440 4393
Contact Name: Teo Chor Kai
Contact No: 6440 4393 / 9365 4605

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To stay relevant to the ever changing needs of members
Main Line No: 6860 9190
Contact Name: Lim Lily
Contact No: 6860 9190

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To trade in consumer goods and provide services on a co-operative basis, to encourage thrift among members and to provide loans to members on reasonable terms.
Main Line No: 6319 5619 / 6319 1123
Contact Name: Chia Hui Eng
Contact No: 6319 1123

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Straits Times Co-operative Ltd was registered officially with the Registrar of Co-operative Societies Straits Settlements on 21 February 1934. The Co-operative is set up to promote Co-operation & self-help, to encourage saving and provide the best benefits and assistance possible.

Membership of the Co-operative is open to employee of Singapore Press Holdings Ltd, Times Properties Pte Ltd or SPH Magazines Pte Ltd and the Times Publishing Group.
Main Line No: 6319 3700 (Call Center) / 6319 3704 (Human Resource)
Contact Name: Shoba Gunasekaran
Contact No: 6319 3702

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TCC is a Credit Co-operative, a not-for-profit financial institution different from Banks and Finance Companies.

Banks are financial institutions that are in business to make a profit. They are owned by groups of stockholders whose interest include owning a healthy return for their investments. Credit Co-operatives are owned and controlled by the people who use its services. The profits of a Co-operative are returned to its members in the form of annual dividends. Credit Co-operatives are not-for-profit and exist to provide a safe convenient place for its members to save money and get loans at reasonable rates.
Main Line No: 6334 8055

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Singapore Police Co-operative Society was launched on 18th August 1926 as the first co-operative for uniformed personnel in the Singapore Government Service.

Since its inception, SPCS serves the uniformed and civilian staff of law enforcement agencies by offering support and care to members in meaningful and pragmatic ways, especially in the area of financial assistance. It is an institution with strong and sound financial fundamental and investments that offer many benefits for its members.

SPCS is a social enterprise owned by its members, thus the Co-operative’s mission is tailored to best serve the needs of the members. The Co-operative is based on the International Co-operative Alliance’s Rochdale Principles of Co-operation.

Ordinary Membership
Employees (civilian staff included) from:
Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA)
Casino Regulatory Authority (CRA)
AETOS & its groups of companies
Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC)
CISCO & its groups of companies
Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB)
Organizations which have Police Co-op representation on the Board of Directors

Associate Membership
Should you resign/retire from MHA or its related organisations, you may still continue your membership as an Associate Member.
Associate Membership is also open to the following group of people: NSmen with MHA
Teachers associated with NPCC, members and former members of NPCC VSC Officers

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