WOCCU and CUNA lead a delegation to the former Communist country.
Trade association took on an advocacy role to accommodate an evolving industry.
New research project will examine the needs of Mexico's unbanked residents aged 18 to 35.
Plans to rehabilitate Nepalese credit unions destroyed in recent earthquakes are in the works.
The IASB credit loss standard would be less burdensome on credit unions.
WOCCU warns the Basel Committee's guidance could change how U.S. credit unions account for credit losses.
The June 2014 Ebola outbreak led to a nine-month suspension of the project.
New credit risk measurement proposal could put bank loans out of reach for some smaller CUs, WOCCU says.
A World Council conference panel identifies ways credit unions can work with new technology providers, rather than compete against them.
WOCCU advocates for credit unions struggling under the weight of AML, BSA and other regulatory burdens.