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ILCU Statement in Response to the Final Report of the CUAC Report Implementation Group

The Irish League of Credit Unions (ILCU) today, 7 January 2019, notes the publication of the report of the Credit Union Advisory Committee (CUAC) Report Implementation Group.

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Statement in Response to Central Bank of Ireland’s Financial Conditions of Credit Unions

The Irish League of Credit Unions (ILCU) today notes the publication of the Central Bank of Ireland’s report; Financial Conditions of Credit Unions: 2013-2018.

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Interest Rate Restrictions on Credit for Low-Income Borrowers

The Irish League of Credit Unions has welcomed the new report; Interest Rate Restrictions on Credit for Low-Income Borrowers. The ILCU adds its voice to the calls for an interest rate cap, a measure which the ILCU has also lobbied for.

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ILCU Response to Central Bank's Consultation Paper on Potential Amendments to Lending Framework for Credit Unions

The Irish League of Credit Unions has welcomed the Central Bank of Ireland's publication of the Consultation Paper on Potential Amendments to the Lending Framework for Credit Unions. 

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Opening Address by ILCU CEO at Joint Finance Committee

Opening Address by Ed Farrell, CEO, ILCU to the meeting of the Joint Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, and Taoiseach.

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Credit Unions emerge in top spot for Customer Experience for Fourth Consecutive Year

Credit unions have been voted Number One for Customer Experience in the 2018 CXi Ireland Customer Experience Report, taking the award for the fourth year running.

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Half of parents cut spending on family’s clothing and goods to cope with third level costs

As the first round of CAO offers are received this morning, students and their parents are facing into the expensive reality of third level education in Ireland.

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ILCU survey finds families in Northern Ireland turning to moneylenders at back-to-school time

Well over a third (37%) of parents in Northern Ireland say they are getting into debt to cover the expense of back-to-school costs.

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Irish League of Credit Union survey finds more than a third of families in debt

Well over a third (36%) of parents in Ireland say they are getting into debt to cover back-to-school costs. 

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Credit Unions Emerge as Most Highly Regarded Organisation in Ireland

Credit unions have earned the top spot in a national study measuring the highest regarded organisations in Ireland. 

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