About the CCCU
The Caribbean Confederation of Credit Unions (CCCU) was established on 17th August 1972 in Dominica, as the successor of the West Indies Conference of Credit Societies (WICCS) and serves as the apex trade and development organization for financial and non-financial co operatives in the Caribbean.
Essentially, the Confederation monitors economic and financial trends in the region and the world and assists affiliates to articulate clearly their own individual roles as they enhance and advance the co-operative difference. The CCCU also stimulates and generates knowledge exchange through discussions on issues impacting Credit Unions and other Co-operatives, so that the goals and vision of the Movement can be realised.
The CCCU is an affiliate of the World Council of Credit Unions (WOCCU) and represents the Caribbean Diaspora as part of the over 186 million members of the credit union sector.