Council hopes financial inclusion will be included in United Nations’ international assistance plan.
Poor and middle-class Americans give more to charity, while wealthy taxpayers donate less.
World Council pulls its Liberian leader and some credit unions close in the disease-ravaged country.
Lucy Ito leaves post at California, Nevada leagues to succeed Mary Martha Fortney.
Industry leaders weigh in on International Credit Union Day’s significance and thank members for loyalty.
Across the globe, credit unions are reaching out to help with housing, financial literacy, small business start-ups and job training.
New Basel guidance for weak institutions recommends risk-based capital for all.
Credit unions serving America's 1 million Ukrainian-Americans collect and deliver money and humanitarian supplies.
More than 7 million people worldwide joined credit unions in 2013, according to a new report from the World Council of Credit Unions in Madison, Wis.
Credit unions in Latin Americans nations post the highest membership gains in 2013, according to a new World Council report.