Tirumalla Tirupati Multistate Co-operative Credit Society Limited is a Multi State Co-Operative Society registered under Multi State Co-Operative Society Act 2002, having its registration number MSCS/CR/784/2013 and the registration date is the 8th day of February 2013. The primary objective of the society is to uplift the social and financial status of its members by promoting/educating saving habits amongst them. The saving products can be in the shape of Fixed Deposits, Recurring Deposits, Monthly Income Schemes and some other investment plans. The society has its registered office in Mumbai. The area of operation of the society is limited to the areas of Maharashtra, Karnataka and Goa. The norms and all the rules related to the society are defined under the Byelaws of the society.
The Tirumalla Tirupati Multistate Co-operative Credit Society Limited strictly abides by the Multi State Co-Operative Society Act 2002, doing its financial business amongst its members of the society.
Further The Society uses the funds in lending to the members and investment as per the Co-Operative Society Act/Rules/Byelaws. Our registration guidance and controlling authority are Central Registrar of Co-Operative Societies, Department of Agriculture & Co-Operation, Ministry of Agriculture and Government of India.
The vision and Mission of TTMSCCSL is to provide its members the right path to achieve their all short term and long term financial goals. TTMSCCSL is also focusing on providing the education and guidance related to all the financial aspects.
The main motto of the society is to promote the interest of its members to attain their social and economic betterment through self-help and mutual aid in accordance with co-operative principles. The society is also committed to promote the economic interests and general welfare of the member in particular and public in general to offer them the opportunities to achieve best possible life standard and the overall development by assisting them in number of ways.
We believe in values rather than those who associated purely with profit making. We balance the need for profitability with the needs of our members and the wider interests of the community.