Our committees and working groups play an important role in in connecting credit unions, Centrals and our strategic partner organizations. Each committee provides a collaborative forum for the exchange of knowledge and information enabling our members to provide strategic input to the work of the association.
The BOC is a group of Canadian credit unions that have engaged in collaborative initiatives to help credit unions plan and prepare for the future. Learn more
This working group serves as a forum for the discussion, development and optimization of compliance programs that are required under provincial and federal legislation. Learn more
At CCUA’s 2020 Annual General Meeting (AGM), a member resolution was adopted to establish a working group to explore the emerging issue of climate-related financial disclosure. CCUA is acting to operationalize it on behalf of the system.
The Climate Change Disclosure Working Group seeks to publicize measurements that credit unions may use to track and disclose their portfolios’ carbon-emissions impact, joining other leading financial institutions worldwide. Learn more.
CUBOS is led by a dedicated team of executives from credit unions across the country. Members of CUBOS have access to a range of tools and resources focused on supporting credit unions that wish to grow relationships with business owners. Learn more
The Credit Union Community Impact Committee examines corporate social responsibility initiatives to proactively pursue strategies that benefit Canada’s credit union system. Learn more
Crisis Communications Working Group
The purpose of the Group is to establish a coordinated approach to prevent issues from developing into crises and proactively manage communications during a crisis to safeguard the sector’s integrity and reputation. Learn More.
Are you interested in the Farm Credit Canada – Credit Union Liaison Committee and Issue Resolution Process? Learn more
The Large Credit Union Coalition (LCUC) represents Canada’s largest Credit Unions with over 3 million members and $125 billion in assets, with credit unions in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia.
The goal of the LCUC’s CIO group, is to use their collective knowledge and national presence to provide technology leadership and innovation to enrich the financial lives of their members and strengthen the competitiveness of Canadian credit unions.
The coalition has developed and implemented multiple projects like remote cheque deposits, mobile payments, etc. Currently, the LCUC is focusing its energy in the areas of artificial intelligence, cloud computing, payments modernization and other technology and innovation related areas.
CCUA, in partnership with the LCUC, has recently launched a cybersafe resources page with videos and tips to help keep you safe online.
This committee provides strategic advice and input to CCUA management and Board regarding legislative, regulatory and policy issues. Learn more
The NCAC provides a forum for the exchange of information between CCUA and Canadian credit unions for best practices and challenges. Learn more
The National Lenders Committee brings together regional representatives from the Canadian credit union system to provide standards for thought leadership in lending and financial intermediation. Learn more
NMC provides a forum at the national level for discussion and collaboration regarding marketing and brand awareness initiatives. Learn more
The NYLC is a bridge between today’s young leaders and the leadership roles that will play a crucial role in the success of Canada’s credit union industry of tomorrow. Learn more
This advisory committee provides guidance on the training, professional development, and education needs of Canadian credit union staff and Board of Directors. Learn more
This council advises CCUA on the implementation of its research partnerships and projects. Learn more