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Credit unions are key to a fairer economy – but how are they faring under Covid-19?

The sector can help communities rebuild - but the pandemic has brought pressure on credit unions…

US credit union movement takes stand against racism

CUNA, the African American Credit Union Coalition, Inclusiv and the NCUA are among those making statements

CECL methodology should not apply to US credit unions, says NCUA chief

The current expected credit losses methodology could have unintended consequences on the sector, the regulator warns

International Credit Union Day themed ‘Inspiring hope for a global community’

This year's International Credit Union Day falls on 15 October

Basel Committee highlights need for proportional approach to regulation

The principle of proportionality can be used by a prudential credit union regulator when implementing the…

World’s credit unions celebrate ICU Day 2019

'ICU Day is a chance to showcase the meaningful change the movement brings to members worldwide'

US credit unions ask for regulatory relief from new accounting standard

'A one-year delay will provide much needed relief by granting credit unions additional time to train…

US credit unions to include diversity as the eighth co-operative principle

'Our co-operative principles have guided us to fulfil our mandate and be a resource to all…

Filene pledges to transform US credit unions through cutting edge research

Each centre will focus on an area of research, such as data governance or consumers' changing…

International Credit Union Day will take local and global perspectives

Credit unions will share their stories on social media using the hashtag #ICUDay

FinTech Catalyst Incubator is testing new products for credit unions

'The rapidly changing market means the credit union system of the future will not look the…

USAID urged to consider credit unions as part of its international development funding

Cuna and Woccu have asked Usaid to ensure there is a level playing field for smaller…