ECCUEastern Caribbean Currency Union
ECCUEvangelical Christian Credit Union
ECCUEducational Community Credit Union (various locations)
ECCUEurope-China Commercial Union (Paris, France)
ECCUEmergency Cardiovascular Care Update (heart care)
ECCUEmergency Command Coordination Unit
ECCUElectra Central Credit Union (now Advantis Credit Union; Milwaukie, OR)
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After a review of the industry's leading vendors, ECCU selected Fiserv.
Correlacion ECCU 3 ECCU 4 Cmg Ecu ECCU 3 1 ECCU 4 0,1489 1 Cmg Ecu 0,1441 0,0869 1 Fuente: Elaboracion propia.
For example, ECCU provided a loan to Christian Love Fellowship Ministries (Christian Love), which was organized in 1981 under the leadership of Pastor Hill, who conducted the first services at an activity center on the University of Michigan's campus.
Like many cooperatives around the nation, however, ECCU was substantially affected by the Great Recession.
Banno said its responsive site design ensures ECCU members have a consistent browser experience across devices, never compromising speed or performance.
The dismissed dozen are claimed to have failed to offer customers assurance products laid on by their main supplier in the sector, ECCU.
Public debt fell further, projected to reach the ECCU debt-to-GDP target in 2018, well ahead of ECCU peers.
ECCU selected Blitchok from three finalists narrowed from a group of 10 candidates, the credit union said in a prepared statement.
The Monetary Council for the ECCB (Eastern Caribbean Central Bank) noted a tightening of the monetary and credit conditions in the ECCU (Eastern Caribbean Currency Union) at the end of the 2008 cycle (1) and that the growth prospects for the ECCU economies would continue to manifest the impact of these unfolding global developments affecting the economic viability of major trading partner countries (Lesroy Williams 2009).
The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) issues a common currency for all members of the ECCU.