The purpose of the app is to create a global platform for individuals, credit unions, and associations to share information and begin to address the similar challenges we face as a movement.
The effort featured 39 walkers and ranked among the top three corporate teams.
Anthem talked to Linda Crane of Global Credit Union, who coordinated the 2015 award-winning efforts on credit union advocacy, about getting started, implementing a long-term strategy, and how car washes raise more than dollars.
With its Cultural Passport campaign, Global is inspiring its community to invest in local culture and offering a $1,000 reward to one lucky participant.
Global gives big for March of Dimes; St. Helens Community opens Rainier student branch; and Point West throws a $6,000 strike.
Donate now to support credit unions devastated by the earthquake in Nepal.
Madri rose through the committee ranks to lead Global Credit Union to impressive growth; is remembered for charting new territory and championing his employees.
The global credit union movement benefits significantly from the efforts of the World Council of Credit Unions and its foundation. Eighty percent of the funds raised come from the U.S. movement. Find out how you’re helping.
The global credit union community is now 57,000 credit unions strong, serving 208 million members. The World Council of Credit Unions has released a new statistical report.
Spots are still open for this fall’s Development Education training program. DE training ignites passion for credit unions and transforms careers. The NWCUF is accepting scholarship applications through June 11.
Credit union executives and volunteers from more than 50 countries will gather on Australia’s Gold Coast for World Council’s 2014 World Credit Union Conference in July.
Through international advocacy and a worldwide exchange of information and ideas, the World Council of Credit Unions is working to provide affordable, reliable and accessible financial services to more than 200 million members of 56,000 credit unions in 101 countries.
As consumers across the nation prepare for government sequestration and federal employee furloughs, Global Credit Union is offering short-term interest-free loans, no-fee loan extensions and penalty-free certificate withdrawals to give affected members the financial flexibility to live on a temporarily tightened budget.
When Global Credit Union publicly launched its new brand last month, it unveiled a new look and a new strategic vision that together embody the foundations of both the credit union itself and the broader credit union movement.
Payments are the key to the future of credit unions, according to one of the keynote speakers at the upcoming NWCUA 2012 Convention and Annual Business Meeting. Jeff Russell presents a riveting case for staying competitive.
Rabobank, a global agricultural financial services provider, will showcase its cooperative roots and international reach at the NWCUA Convention and Annual Business Meeting in October. The director of corporate affairs will provide a keynote address.
Visa and MasterCard notified card-issuing credit unions and banks last week of a massive data breach involving Global Payments Inc., a third-party payment processor that Visa has already removed from its list of “compliant service providers.”
Visa and MasterCard are notifying card-issuing credit unions and banks of a possible massive data breach involving Atlanta-based Global Payments Inc., a third-party payment processor.