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ILCU AGM 2021

“Collaboration and co-operation are key for credit unions to maximise future potential and deliver on Community Banking” - Minister Seán Fleming tells Irish League of Credit Unions AGM

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Over half (56%) of Irish households considering home improvements due to more time spent at home

Extensive home-owner research undertaken to mark the national launch of the CU Greener Homes Scheme

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Winners of Credit Union Art Competition Announced

The winners of the Credit Union ‘Imagine More’ Art Competition have been announced via a special virtual ceremony 

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Credit Union Art Competition National Prize-giving

Join us this Wednesday 24th March at 6.30 p.m. on Facebook and Instagram, where we find out who the winners of the 2020 Credit Union Art Competition are. 

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ILCU celebrates International Women’s Day 2021

To celebrate International Women's Day, the ILCU want to acknowledge the incredible work and contribution made by women to the credit union movement on the island of Ireland

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ILCU encourages Ulster Bank customers to talk to their local credit union today

The ILCU is encouraging banking customers to talk to their local credit union about the financial services they offer and how they can offer support.

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Credit Unions Dance Away the Blues!

Credit Unions across the country dance away the blues with their Jeruselema Challenge! Watch here:

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ILCU welcomes mandatory face coverings in credit unions, banks and post offices

The ILCU has welcomed today’s announcement that the wearing of face coverings is now mandatory in banks, credit unions and post offices.

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ILCU proud to support credit unions taking part in the Covid-19 Credit Guarantee Scheme

The ILCU has welcomed the announcement that a number of its credit unions have been included in the Covid-19 Credit Guarantee Scheme

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Statement from ILCU on latest ROI COVID restrictions

ILCU wishes to remind all credit union members that credit unions are still listed as essential services by the Government. 

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