Join us on March 31 and April 1 in Barbados, where credit union leaders throughout the Caribbean will gather to explore how credit unions can turn strategy into action by establishing a focused advocacy plan and grassroots lobbying campaign.
BPWCCUL & Capita donate $50K to aid Dominica
In an effort to reach out to as many Dominican credit union members as possible, The Barbados Public Workers’ Co-operative Credit Union and its subsidiary, Capita Financial Services Inc. have donated $50,000.00.
United AGAINST 0.2% Asset Tax
The members of the Barbados Co-operative & Credit Union League Ltd. are united in their strong opposition to the proposed 0.20% per annum tax on the assets of credit unions.
Tax on Credit Unions The Wrong Move
The Barbados Co-operative & Credit Union League is very concerned about the proposed move by Government to impose a 0.20% tax on the assets of credit unions.
WOCCU Technical Workshop
Best Practices in Grassroots Lobbying & Advocacy • March 31–April 1 • Barbados
Don’t Tax My Credit Union! This is the simple message that unified credit unions in the United States in one of the most successful grassroots lobbying campaigns...
The League held its Annual General Meeting on Saturday, October 31, 2015 at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre at 3:30 p.m. The meeting was attended by 29 affiliates with in excess of 100 persons present. The Board was very pleased...
BARBADOS PUBLIC WORKERS’ AND CAPITA FINANCIAL
GIVE $50,000.00 IN AID TO DOMINICA
In an effort to reach out to as many Dominican credit union members as possible, in order to bring both immediate and long-term relief, the Barbados Co-operative & Credit...
Announcement of Tax on Assets of Credit Unions
The Minister of Finance in a Ministerial Statement during his contribution to the 2014/2015 Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure announced that all financial institutions, inclusive of credit unions, will be required to pay...
“The members of the Barbados Co-operative & Credit Union League Ltd. are united in their strong opposition to the proposed 0.20% per annum tax on the assets of credit unions”, stated Hally Haynes, President of the Barbados Co-operative & Credit...