Before flying to Scotland for his last conference as president/CEO of the WOCCU, Pete Crear sat down for an interview with Credit Union Times Editor-in-Chief Sarah Snell Cooke.
Chicago area credit unions recently welcomed a group of about a dozen individuals from OSCUS in Ecuador as part of the World Council of Credit Unions’ international customized training program.
Program offers opportunities to help credit union movement develop in Kenya and Belarus.
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.
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.
Not only was October Co-op Month and Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but credit unions around the world found creative ways to celebrate International Credit Union Day on Oct. 21.
I hate being cold, and if it's below 70 degrees-OK 75-I'm cold. However, cooler weather for many parts of the United States also means it's time for International Credit Union Day.
This year's International Credit Union Day webcast co-sponsored by U.S. Credit Union Development Educators and World Council of Credit Unions will focus on the constant support credit unions provide.
The World Council of Credit Unions will develop a five-year cooperative development program to meet the financial service needs of small farmers in Guatemala, Mexico and Kenya.
Credit unions in the U.S. have faced a similar dilemma when marketing to immigrant populations: How does an institution communicate with members who can neither understand English nor read or write their own native language?