International Credit Union Day

International Credit Union Day Webcast:
Celebrating Our Cooperative Heritage

Despite reports that the Great Recession is officially over, it has left everlasting impressions on the lives of countless individuals and on the financial services marketplace. Yet, throughout the unprecedented challenges of this historic era, credit unions worldwide continued to reach out to members and the underserved alike. Fueled by their distinct cooperative nature, credit unions have been a consistent source of affordable liquidity and financial services, and their ethical values of honesty, openness, social responsibility and caring for others have received increasing public praise.

To celebrate the nature of financial cooperatives, and in anticipation of the United Nations Year of Cooperatives in 2012, U.S. Credit Union Development Educators and World Council of Credit Unions invite you to participate in a complimentary International Credit Union Day program, Celebrating Our Cooperative Heritage, presented LIVE via webinar from Credit Union House in Washington, D.C.

Paul Berry, the voice of CUNA's Home & Family Finance Radio, will host this informative and educational discussion among the top leaders in in the credit union movement, including:

  • Bill Cheney, President & CEO of Credit Union National Association (CUNA)
  • Pete Crear, President & CEO of World Council of Credit Unions (WOCCU)
  • Paul Hazen, President & CEO of National Cooperative Business Association (NCBA)
  • Mark Meyer, CEO of the Filene Research Institute

Viewers will be invited to add their questions and comments throughout the webinar program.

Celebrating Our Cooperative Heritage
October 21, 2010
3 p.m. EDT / 7 p.m. UTC

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Celebrating Our Cooperative Heritage is presented by U.S. Credit Union Development Educators in partnership with World Council of Credit Unions with the generous support of CUNA Mutual Group.

US Credit Union Development Educators  WOCCU
CUNA Mutual Group

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