Join us for the 5th Annual UIS Credit Union Summit on Monday 14 November 2022 - attend virtually or in person at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City. Start or advance your credit union's sustainability journey and learn how to combat climate change and socio-economic disparity.
Insider.com names Clean Energy Credit Union the best eco-friendly credit union!
United Nations Federal Credit Union (UNFCU) today published its 2021 Impact Report, detailing strong progress on corporate social responsibility (CSR). UNFCU demonstrated direct action on 14 of the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Since its inaugural credit union sustainability summit at UN headquarters in 2018, the United Nations Federal Credit Union (UNFCU) established a movement. The United in Sustainability (UIS) Credit Union Network is a platform for ongoing engagement on climate resiliency and socio-economic equality.
Visit bank.green/certification to find out how your bank can join the Fossil Free Banking Alliance and become Fossil Free Certified.
Bank.Green’s new Alliance, made up of 8 founding members, aims to fuel the global movement towards a more sustainable and climate-resilient financial sector.
Sustainable finance has become the fastest, growing concern for credit unions and its potential regulation. Sustainable finance regulations would be more favorable to financial inclusion, made possible by Panya Monford and Andy Price of World Council of Credit Unions’ International Advocacy team.
From lending off the grid to feeding appetites and wallets — and much more in between — VSECU supports quality of life for members, business, and communities across the state of Vermont.
Corporate finance leaders are increasingly stepping up to help their companies deliver on racial and economic justice commitments. Most are enthusiastic about doing it, I’ve found in regular conversations with treasurers and CFOs, but some hesitate at the threshold of moving a big chunk of money. Impact deposits and investments are a new, unanticipated part of their jobs, and they don’t have accepted models to follow.
CRL conducts in-depth research on the extent and impact of predatory lending, to provide useful information to consumers, community advocates, and policymakers alike. We also share our market and legal knowledge with advocates and policymakers across the nation interested in reforming lending practices and frequently respond to regulators' requests for comments on lending issues.