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DURHAM, N.C. – The history of credit unions’ work with immigrants was the theme of the 4th Latino Credit Union Conference that was kicked off in Durham on June 7. Four credit union CEOs told approximately 200 CU executives, board members and advocates about how their CUs have worked with immigrants.

“We believe in our members, we believe in our community. Our community is the Hispanic market of El Paso and they believe in us” said Harriet May, CEO of the $1.1 billion Greater El Paso Credit Union, in a presentation which laid out how her credit union had been working in a community of more 700,000 residents, more than 80% of whom are Hispanic.

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