1992 The credit union formally registered on the 5th March as the Greater Manchester Buses Limited Employees Credit Union ltd under the industrial provident societies act 1965 as Credit Union 296c.Operations started
on the 1st of April 1992 and within two weeks 200 employees had become members. The credit Union was extended to all depots in the Greater Manchester buses area and by the end of September the Credit Union had 900 members.
April after 12 months of operation the Credit Union had over 1,400 members with a total payroll of £100,000 per month. The Credit Union borrows £250,000 from other Credit Unions to help finance a buyout both GM buses south and GM buses north. As
a result their employees buy both companies
1994 Acknowledgement of registration of change of name change of the name Greater Manchester Buses limited Employees Credit Union Limited to “The Voyager
Credit Union ofGreater Manchester Ltd was on the 19th of January 1994.Total members reach 2000 and total shares £1,000,000. The Voyager lottery starts.
1995 The change of the name “The
Voyager Credit Union of Greater Manchester Ltd to Voyager Credit Union Ltd was approved on the 15th of November 1995 Total out on loan reaches £1,000,000
1996 Voyager Credit Union is
the 12th largest Credit Union in Britain.
1997 Total shares £2,000,000-total loans £2,000,000
1998 Membership Reaches 3,000