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Int'l Convention 2015

CCCU International Convention
Cancun, Mexico
June 20th - 23rd, 2015

Caribbean Credit Unions and the Foreign Account Compliance Act (FATCA)

The proposed regulation which is expected to be finalized by December 31, 2012 and if finalized as proposed, require non-U.S. credit unions to register with the IRS...

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CCCU Endorses Cipriani College Of Labour And Co-Operative Studies On-Line Credit Union Management Certificate Programme PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 19 September 2014 02:01
Cipriani  College of  Labour and Co-operative Studies, CCCU

The Caribbean Confederation of Credit Unions has endorsed the offering by the Cipriani College of Labour and Co-operative Studies, Trinidad and Tobago, of an “On-line Certificate in Credit Union Management” for which applications are now being accepted.

The application form can be accessed from the following link: http://cclcs.edu.tt/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/form_application_1-8.pdf

Persons will be required to print and complete the form and email same to the following address: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it The application form must be accompanied by the application requirements listed on page 8. All academic supporting documents are to be attested to by a Notary Public or Commissioner of Affidavit. Where applicable, individuals may also produce a letter from their respective Credit Unions, indicating positions in which they have served.

Tuition and other fees are to be paid upon receipt of official acceptance from the College, following which applicants will be registered in the programme and additional information provided.

Applications should be submitted on or before September 30, 2014.

CCCU AND Ria Financial Sign Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 00:00

CCCU, Ria FinancialThe Caribbean Confederation of Credit Unions and Ria Financial have entered into an agreement to facilitate t the Fostering of Financial Inclusion Through Remittances. Through this initiative Credit Unions, the CCCU and Ria may join the Ria Global Agent Network of 220,000 agents locations in over 140 countries through which credit union members can benefit from the following services:

  • International Direct Account Deposit
  • Money Transfer. – Cash payout at Credit Unions
Re-Engineering Credit Unions For Success And Sustainability PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 30 June 2014 17:36
Aaron Moses


Brothers and sisters, I bring you warm greetings on the occasion of our 57th annual convention and 43rd annual general meeting held in collaboration with the Credit Union Executive society from the USA.

Today we gather at this magnificent resort on a pristine island in the Bahamas, home of the Lucayan people, to participate in the largest ever CU Conference in the history of the Caribbean movement. Our Convention 2014 is about a unique Caribbean experience. A credit union experience of sharing, networking, renewing aquaintances, establishing new relationships and building friendships! Convention 2014 is about charting our future, recommitting and re-dedicating ourselves to the growth, development and sustainability of the Credit Union movement in the region.


On December 24, 2013, Dominica, St. Lucia and St. Vincent and The Grenadines, were severely affected by a weather system which resulted in widespread flooding, landslides and loss of life. As a result, CCCU requested these Affiliates to advise of the extent of damage to Credit Unions and their members, so that assistance could be mobilized.

Whereas Dominica has reported that Credit Unions and their members were not unduly affected despite the damage to several elements of the infrastructure, St. Lucia and St. Vincent and The Grenadines, have experienced major damage and dislocation.

The Co-operative Credit Union League of St. Lucia has advised that based on surveys conducted among Credit Unions and their members who were more severely affected by this disaster, financial assistance required to provide much needed relief to distressed members, is estimated at two hundred and twenty three thousand dollars [US$223,000].

The St. Vincent and The Grenadines Co-operative League has also advised that although no Credit Unions suffered any direct damage, a number of the 15,296 residents directly affected by the disaster, were either direct members of Credit Unions and other co-operatives, or dependents of these members.

Because of the extent of the damage in St. Vincent and The Grenadines to the homes of Credit Union members and small businesses owned by them, the loss of crops, livestock and damage to farm lands of members of Agricultural Co-operatives, the widespread erosion which damaged the road networks and water mains, the overall financial impact cannot be easily quantified but significant financial assistance is required to provide immediate and on-going relief to members.

The CCCU is co-ordinating a response and is hereby issuing an appeal to all Affiliates and their member Credit Unions as well as individual Credit Union members, for donations to the CCCU Development Foundation to be used to assist these two [2] Affiliates which were hardest hit.

Contributions are urgently required and will be immensely appreciated.

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