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USB was founded in 1871 as "De Boeren en Arbeiders Unie Spaarbank"- the Farmers and Workers Union Savings Bank. It was a bank aimed at helping poorer people, especially farmers and those working in industry. USB expanded beyond the Koningstad region in the 1900s and was present throughout Cape Cross by 1920 and the rest of the country after 1950.
Unlike localized savings banks in Brunant, USB does earn some profit as a business but the majority of it's earnings go to support charity organizations and programs in both Brunant and abroad. USB has been rated to have the best client service in the country and is thus a high-rated bank on KCVD's Bank Standard.
- 4 Lincolnstraat, U-Stad
- 12 Belfort Street, Old Town
- 1 Brunantstraat, Old Town