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Statement from Irish League of Credit Unions on the passing of past President John Hume RIP

The Board, staff and members of the Irish League of Credit Unions are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of John Hume.

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Accrued Savings Benefits - Drumcondra & District CU members

Arrangements have been put in place to allow for the continuation of accrued savings insurance benefits for the former members of Drumcondra & District Credit Union.

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Time for new Government to put credit unions' €18 billion to work for local communities

The Irish League of Credit Unions (ILCU), which represents 226 credit unions across the Republic of Ireland, has called on the new Government to honour commitments made in the Programme for Government to allow credit unions become the key provider of community banking services across Ireland.

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Rescheduling of loans, bespoke banking services for cocooners and express lodgements most in demand credit union services during Covid-19

New credit union survey finds 62% offering payment holidays, with significantly higher level in Connacht at 82%

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ILCU Statement on Drumcondra Credit Union Ltd.

The ILCU notes the appointment of provisional liquidators to Drumcondra Credit Union Limited by the Central Bank of Ireland today, Thursday 2nd July.

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ILCU welcomes appointment of Deputy Jack Chambers

The Irish League of Credit Unions (ILCU) welcomes the appointment of Deputy Jack Chambers as Minister of State for Financial Services, Credit Unions and Insurance.

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ILCU welcomes the inclusion of commitments to credit unions in Programme for Government

ILCU welcomes inclusion of specific commitments to credit unions for the agreed Programme for Government. 

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ILCU welcomes publication of new Central Bank moneylender regulations

The Irish League of Credit Unions (ILCU) has welcomed today’s publication by the Central Bank of new regulations aimed at strengthening protections for consumers of licensed moneylending services.

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Lobbying by CU movement during Government Formation Talks

Our key ask is for the 33rd Dáil to radically review credit union legislation to enable and empower our movement to be a leader in Ireland’s recovery.

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Denis Naughten TD asks Minister for Finance for commitment to amend legislation for credit unions.

Denis Naughten TD questioned the Minister for Finance in the Dáil on whether he will commit to amending the primary legislation for credit unions to reflect the unique community nature of the credit union movement.

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