Atlantic Union Revolving Fund (AURF)
The Atlantic Union Revolving Fund (AURF) provides capital project loans to denominational churches, schools, and institutions within the Atlantic Union territory.
The Atlantic Union Revolving Fund was established in 1978 to help provide capital project loans to denominational churches, schools, and institutions within the Atlantic Union territory. Funding for these loans come from deposits made by these organizations and by individual members of churches belonging to the Atlantic Union Conference. An investment statement is issued for each deposit made and a promissory note required for each loan given. Granting of loans requires approval of the local conference, sufficient deposits from that conference available for loans, and meeting NAD (North American Division)/Union policies and guidelines. The Revolving Fund is not a bank or credit union nor are the deposited funds insured by the FDIC or any other agency. The spread between the interest rate charged for loans and that paid on deposits is used to build a reserve fund.
Organizations that are a part of the official church structure in the Atlantic Union or individuals that are currently members of a church belonging to and residing in the Atlantic Union Conference can obtain additional information about the Revolving Fund by:
PRIVACY STATEMENT FOR REVOLVING FUND OF ATLANTIC UNION CONFERENCE ASSOCIATION OF SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS
As an Investor or Borrower (or even Applicant) with regard to the Revolving Fund, we want to share some thoughts with you about information and privacy. Safeguarding personal information in the age of technology presents new challenges for all of us. For that reason, we have adopted strong privacy guidelines to ensure that any private financial information you share with us is protected and held in confidence. Our employees are well trained and are held to the highest standards of conduct. When we do use your personal information, it is to help us serve you better.
Your Right to Financial Privacy
You have the right to know the privacy policies and practices of the institutions you deal with in respect to information sharing with both affiliates and nonaffiliated third parties.
Information We Collect
We collect non-public personal information about you from the following sources:
Information We Disclose About You
We do not disclose any non-public personal information about you and former customers to anyone except as required by law.
Confidentiality and Security
We restrict access to non-public personal information about you to those employees and service providers who need to know that information to provide products or services to you. We maintain physical, electronic and procedural safeguards that comply with federal standards to guard your non-public personal information.
The Privacy Partnership—The Threat of Pretexting
Ultimately, privacy is a partnership. As you may be aware there are now criminals who attempt to obtain your personal information under false pretenses. These so-called “pretexters” then sell your information to other criminals who may use it to obtain credit in your name, steal your assets, or to investigate or sue you. While pretexting is against the law, you can also take steps to secure your personal information by following these tips:
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