CDCU

AcronymDefinition
CDCUCommunity Development Credit Union
CDCUCommunicable Disease Control Unit (Canada)
CDCUCommon Display Console Upgrade
CDCUCumberland and District Credit Union (est. 1951; Canada)
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I know Federation members are really going to like having a core processor that is focused on what they do and how we can make it easier and less expensive for them to do it," Benson said, adding that the CUSO expected the processing platform to activate its first CDCU users by the end of 2016.
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Carol Wight, President of Holy Rosary Credit Union (Kansas City, MO), one of the program grantees, discussed what the grant would mean for her CDCU.
12) The charter of a CDCU must define a field of membership in which over half of its prospective members fall into at least one of the four categories; (1) a member of a household with an income less than 80 percent of the median household income for the nation.
We are excited to be working with the CDCU Mortgage Center," said Scott Happ, chief executive officer and president of Mortgagebot.
The case study of the CDCU prompts an in-depth analysis of the role of technical assistance providers such as community development lawyers and clinics in perpetuating an economic development market structure at odds with consumer demand.
are non-profit consumer or member-owned cooperatives, but CDCUs are distinguished by having memberships that are low-income and by having a commitment to serving not just its members but the communities to which they belong.
Established in 1993, the award acknowledges the contributions of staff and volunteers whose commitment to their CDCU have significantly impacted their community and is the highest honor given by the federation.
The National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions has started to build a shared back-office platform for CDCUs.
Treasury lent money from the Troubled Asset Relief Program at low cost to CDCUs that had been found healthy and stable enough to take the funds.
Johnson has over 40 years of experience with the New York-based CDCU.