Credit unions develop products and services to build long-term relationships with immigrant populations.
The Durham, N.C.-based credit union was recently featured in the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business and Tayloe Murphy Center study, “Perdido en la Traduccion: The Opportunity in Financial Services for Latinos,” as a base model of the positive effects of mainstream financial services on the unbanked.
The shaky timing behind the launch of a green cleaning business in North Carolina amid a stagnant economy serves as the backdrop of a new film conceived by the Latino Community Credit Union.
The Obama administration will make money from the Troubled Asset Relief Program available to credit unions, banks and thrifts that have been recognized as community development financial institutions by the Treasury Department's CDFI fund.
There has been a lot to celebrate at Latino Community Credit Union.