BELFAST, Ireland--The Duchess of Cornwall, better known in the U.S. as the wife of Prince Charles, hailed the credit union movement for saving people from the hands of loan sharks during her visit to an award-winning branch here.
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EDINBURGH, Scotland—Capital Credit Union here reported it is planning a major expansion of the markets it serves.
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica — CUNA Chief Advocacy Officer Ryan Donovan and Senior Vice President of the League of Southeastern Credit Unions and Affiliates Jared Ross shared best practices and key principles in lobbying during the World Council of Credit Union's Lobbying and Governmental Affairs Workshop here.
ST. THOMAS, V.I.- The Virgin Islands’ Senate Finance Committee has approved a bill to transfer the regulation of some credit unions from the Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs to the Division of Banking and Insurance under the Lt. Governor's Office.
MADISON, Wis.– The World Council of Credit Unions has announced four women leaders from Macedonia, Malawi, Philippines and Thailand as winners of the 2015 Global Women Leadership Network scholarship.
TORONTO-- Credit Union Central of Canada (CUCC), the association representing Canada's credit unions, issued a statement saying it welcome’s the government’s budget recognition of credit unions as vital players in the economy and the financial sector.
MADISON, Wis. — The World Council of Credit Unions and the MetLife Foundation are partnering to support research in Mexico to better understand the financial service needs of Mexico's unbanked population ages 18–35.
DUBLIN, Ireland—The Irish League of Credit Unions has wrapped up its annual “National GR8 Savers Week,” which is aimed at encouraging parents to spend time talking to their children this week about being sensible with money.
ISLE OF MAN, U.K.—Three different meetings are being held here this week for a Q&A related creating a credit union to serve residents of this island halfway between England and Ireland.
MADISON, Wis.—The World Council of Credit Unions has sent a comment letter to the Basel Committee in response to its proposal on “Expected Credit Losses,” which would require U.S. credit unions to adopt the “expected credit loss” approach to establishing reserves for credit losses.