The $808 million Credit Union ONE and the Consulate of Mexico inDetroit said they have signed an agreement to provide financialliteracy education to the Hispanic community centered in the MotorCity's southwest side.

Based in suburban Ferndale, the 106,000-member Credit Union ONEsaid it is one of the few credit unions that accept the Matricula Counsular de Mexico card for account opening and thatthe partnership formalizes an ongoing collaboration between thecredit union and the local Hispanic community.

“Mexican citizens who have strong family ties to the communityregularly move between the U.S. and Mexico to follow work,” saidGary Moody, president/CEO of Credit Union ONE.

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