- The credit union started life as the Civil Service Credit Union Ltd
- The government decided to split the Department of Posts & Telegraphs into to separate companies, An Post and Telecom Eireann. With 90% of the membership employed in the telecommunications side of the Department it was decided to call the credit union Telecom Eireann Staff Credit Union Ltd.
- Building at 55 Dawson Street, Dublin 2 purchased.
- Name changed to Eircom Staff Credit Union Ltd.
- Name changed to e-services & communications credit union ltd.
- Introduction of to Euro and a new computerised accounts system “Locus”.
- The Credit Agreement introduced by the Regulator.
- October saw the introduction of the electronic funds transfer
- For the first time in the history of the Credit Union it was decided to propose to the AGM an interest rebate.
- New credit limits for the Credit Committee and Board of Directors introduced.
- After saving for 5 years the first of the SSIA accounts started to mature in July.
- Travel Insurance
e-services & communications credit union re-defined the brand and saw the introduction of the new logo.
The credit union invested in a new software system from Strategic Information Technologies, enabling the credit union to be more competitive and develop new services for the members.