Stepping Up to Support Credit Unions Fighting the COVID Crisis

A reposted Article from the Credit Union Times

The nation’s credit union leagues have been filling the critical roles of helping credit unions manage through the unprecedented challenges created by the coronavirus health and economic crisis. The trade groups quickly sprang into action in March despite not knowing quite how to respond, and they adapted along the way, learned valuable lessons, developed best practices and collaborated with their league partners. Now, they’re preparing with confident optimism to keep credit unions on track for growth regardless of what the future might bring.

“What’s next? Where are we going to end up? We will cross that bridge when we get there because we know that this whole COVID situation has proven the resiliency of the credit union movement,” Emily Leite, SVP of advocacy for the Ohio Credit Union League, said. “I think we are going to go through waves of this, but I am looking forward to getting to the other side of it with credit unions [continuing to do] all of the cool things they do for their members every day.”

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