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The cost of borrowing – credit unions as an alternative to unethical sources of finance

As the hard times get harder, action is being taken to keep financially vulnerable people out…

Credit unions provide a lifeline through the cost of living crisis

'Credit unions will continue to serve communities and employers in these testing times through the provision…

Treasury minister and credit union reformer John Glen resigns from government

'I can no longer reconcile my commitment to the role ... with the complete lack of…

Financial squeeze, mergers and fintech: UK credit unions get ready for change

Challenging times lie ahead but there are also opportunities for the movement, delegates at the Abcul…

Treasury minister announces new legislation on UK credit unions

Proposed reforms will allow the sector to offer new products, include car loans and hire purchase

Irish minister outlines plans for credit union growth

Minister Seán Fleming described credit unions as 'the most valuable assets in Irish society'

Paul Norgrove appointed as Abcul’s new president

Mr Norgrove will succeed outgoing president Karen Bennett

Irish minister visits north of England credit unions

The visit was organised by the Swoboda Research Centre

Credit unions and small FSIs under increased cybersecurity pressure

More credit unions in the US and UK have been taking steps to minimise risks

Abcul CEO announces 2022 priorities for UK credit union sector apex

A blog post from Robert Kelly looked at issues such as political lobbying on regulation, and…

Obituary: Credit union pioneer Ralph Swoboda (1948 – 2021)

Chris Smith pays credit to credit union pioneer Ralph Swoboda

Study shows more than half of British credit unions led by women

Women were found to hold CEO positions in 60% of British credit unions, compared with 12%…