United Nations

  • Plans for Co-Op Year

    World Council of Credit Unions is doing its part to make sure credit unions are front and center in the United Nations' International Year of Cooperatives celebration in 2012.

  • WOCCU Urges CUs to Make the Most of IYC

    World Council of Credit Unions is doing its part to make sure credit unions play a highly visible role in the United Nations' International Year of Cooperatives in 2012.

  • Awards

    Arizona State Credit Union, Phoenix, Ariz., received the Peter Barron Stark Companies Award for Workplace Excellence. Although it is the fourth time the credit union has received the award, it is especially significant this year because it

  • Living the Credit Union Legacy

    Guest Blogger Walt Laskos opines on credit unions acting as cooperatives as we near 2012, the International Year of the Cooperative.

  • United Nations FCU Aids Members in War-Torn Regions

    A new line of international term life and personal accident insurance products aim to provide members of the United Nations Federal Credit Union with more protection in war-torn and humanitarian crisis regions around the world.

  • Members in War-Torn Regions Receive Insurance Aid

    For members who work and live in war-torn and humanitarian crisis regions, United Nations Federal Credit Union is coming to their aid with international term life and personal accident insurance.

  • United Nations FCU Becomes First Chip and PIN Card Issuer in the U.S.

    The $3.1 billion United Nations Federal Credit Union has become the first financial institution in the United States to issue chip and PIN credit cards.

  • Revitalized Brand Helps U.N. FCU Connect With Worldwide Members

    As vice president of marketing at United Nations Federal Credit Union, Debra Da Costa has to take a global approach in reaching out to members.

  • Top 10 Stories of 2010 Countdown

    Find out how our readers ranked the top 10 stories of 2010.

  • Pushing to Open Queens Minority CU

    If everything goes according to plan, the East River Development Alliance, a community development organization headquartered in Long Island City, N.Y., will open the first minority-owned credit union in the New York City borough of Queens this April.

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