Credit Union National Association (CUNA)
The Credit Union National Association (CUNA) is the largest national trade association in the United States serving America's credit unions. The not-for-profit trade group is governed by volunteer directors who are elected by their credit union peers from across the nation. With its network of affiliated state credit union associations, CUNA serves America's nearly 7,000 credit unions, which are owned by more than 100 million consumer members. CUNA partners with the state associations and credit unions to:
Represent the interests of credit unions before the U.S. government, including Congress and federal regulatory agencies Organize and focus the political efforts of credit unions Act as the voice of the credit union movement before the public (through the press and other media) Provide education and training resources for the development of credit union staff and volunteers Provide various forums for credit unions to meet and share ideas and views Provide access to cooperative products and services for credit unions.
URL: http://www.cuna.org Source of Official Student Records: CMS - Program Coordinator, CUNA, P.O. Box 431, Madison, WI 53701-0431or RegTraC-Program Coordinator, RegTraC, CUNA, P.O. Box 431, Madison, WI 53701-043. How Results are Reported: Course completion is validated by examinations prepared by college and university professors and/or program staff, and administered by approved proctors. The program is primarily designed for self-study, and participants desiring professional assistance may contact the CEP staff at CUNA. Testing and certification for RegTraC is also available at CUNA's Regulatory Compliance School held twice each year. For more information on RegTraC or to contact RegTraC staff see the CUNA web site at www.cuna.org or call CUNA for personal assistance. Successful completion of CUNA Management School, along with the fulfillment of other academic, experience, affiliation, and ethical requirements, qualifies candidates to be bestowed with a certification of completion. Course completion is validated by examinations prepared by college and university professors and/or program staff, and administered by approved proctors.
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