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Caribbean Financial Network

City of Bridgetown Cooperative Credit Union Ltd

"Measuring Success One Member At A Time"

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Biz Phone
246-430-5900
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Bridgetown
Our mission is to deliver the most comprehensive financial products of the highest quality, and services that will meet the needs of our members. At COB we hold the opinions of every member in the highest regard. Our decisions are truly influenced by the wishes and needs of our members.

COK Sodality Cooperative Credit Union Ltd

" Invest in your future today"

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Biz Phone
876-960-4226
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Kingston 5
With a vision ahead of its time, Albert Morris had proposed the concept to create an inclusive credit union for the citizens of Kingston. A credit union is a co-operative financial institution, which is owned and controlled by its members. His dream was finally brought to fruition in 1967, when Paul Chavannes submitted Mr. Morris’ proposal to the Jamaica Co-operative Credit Union League (JCCUL) and the Registrar of Co-operative; which resulted in the birth of the City of Kingston Co-operative Credit Union Limited (COK) on October 26, 1967. With 13 members and a total share of two shillings and six pence the first Annual General Meeting was held on November 24, 1967. Since its inception COK has grown from a union with only 13 members to enjoying the benefits of having a membership base of over 280,000+ in not just Jamaica but in the English-speaking Caribbean on a whole. COK not only caters to its customers located across Jamaica such as St. Andrew, Kingston, Montego Bay, Mandeville and St. Catherine; but also, to its customers living overseas in countries such as the United Kingdom, the United States of America and Grand Cayman. With over 53 years serving its clients, COK plans to continue helping and others and expanding to further lengths over time. We have carefully designed a range of savings and loans products to meet the variety of needs reflected in the profile of our members. In this regard, we have developed a wide range of products including -Fixed Deposits, the Partner Plan, Golden Harvest, Pension Plan and Family Indemnity Plan; loan products which include Business Loans, Home Equity loans, Personal loans, Mortgage, Education and Auto loans; as well as Cambio – all with our members’ success in mind!

Columbia Savings & Loan Association

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Biz Phone
414-374-0486
MilwaukeeWI
Are you ready to begin building your retirement account? Do you need a loan to purchase your dream home or business? Columbia Savings & Loan Association has been serving commercial and individual accounts in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, since 1924. We offer loans for homes and businesses, as well as personal loans. As a proud member of the FDIC, our full-service office can help you allocate and grow your investments in a secure bank. When you need financial guidance that will safeguard investments, place your trust in us at Columbia Savings & Loan Association. Visit our location today to speak with a member of our staff

Commonwealth National Bank

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Biz Phone
251-476-5938
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Commonwealth opened its doors in 1976. We are a full-service nationally-chartered commercial bank. We are one of only 15 black-owned banks remaining in the country, and one of only 5 black-owned banks regulated by the Office of the Comptroller of Currency. Moreover, out of the 45 banks doing business in the City of Mobile, we are the only one headquartered here. Commonwealth is one of only 144 Minority Depository Institutions (“MDIs”) in the country, as defined in Section 308 of the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery and Enforcement Act of 1989. We are the only MDI headquartered in the City of Mobile and one of only two headquartered in the State of Alabama. MDIs play a unique role in promoting the economic viability of underserved communities

Community & Workers of Jamaica Co-operative Credit Union Ltd

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Biz Phone
876-936-3800
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Kingston 10
C&WJ Co-operative Credit Union first open its door in April 1961, one year before Jamaica gained independence from Britain in August 1962. The company at that time was named JTC Employees Co-operative Credit Union which was bonded to serve the employees of the then Jamaica Telephone Company Limited (JTC). In 1995 Jamaica Telephone Company (JTC) was renamed to Telecommunications of Jamaica (TOJ) and the credit union was also renamed TOJ Employees Co-operative Credit Union.There was another name change to C&WJ Employees Co-operative Credit Union in 1999 when TOJ was renamed to Cable & Wireless of Jamaica. In order to serve the wider community and to extend reach to having members outside of the telecommunications industry, the credit union’s name was changed to Communities & Workers of Jamaica Co-operative Credit Union in 2006

Community Care Credit Union Cooperative Society Limited

"We Care"

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Biz Phone
1 868-662-9270
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Curepe
The Credit Union was founded on March 05, 1952 as West Indian Oil Industries Credit Union. Since then the Credit Union has evolved to Lever Brothers Employees Credit Union; Lever Brothers Credit Union and now Community Care Credit Union to reflect its expanded field of membership. The original membership bond was employees and their immediate families.The credit union was organized to provide an avenue for members to pool their resources for loans and savings. Community Care Credit Union is now community based with branches in Curepe and Fyzabad. We offer a wide range of products and services designed to improve the economic, social and spiritual well-being of our members. We have grown from our humble beginnings in Carapichaima to fully meet the growing needs of our members for a convenient and easily accessible service provider.

Community First Co-operative Credit Union

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Biz Phone
268-481-3950
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St John
Objectives In pursuit of its mission, the CCCU performs the following broad functions: Defending and representing the interest of the Co operative Sector; Providing technical and managerial assistance to strengthen and expand the Co-operative Sector; Promoting and facilitating technology transfers and expertise; Conducting promotional and educational campaigns to showcase Co-operative Sector achievements and benefits; Organizing educational conventions and other fora to strengthen leadership, governance and management; Providing directors and employees opportunities for skills training with regional and international certification; Mobilizing financial and technical resources for expanding the sector

Coop Reservations

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Biz Phone
809.686.3725
Santo Domingo, National District.
History The initiative to create COOP-RESERVES arose in December 1987, at a working meeting with the Human Resources Directorate of the Reserve Bank, with the aim of achieving a means of dealing with inflation. The purchasing power of personnel was considered to acquire basic goods and services directly from producers, in large quantities. We are the cooperative company of the members of the Family Reservations, initiative of a group of employees in 1987 they decided to unite to create the necessary conditions to satisfy their common needs, under a cooperative philosophy. In 1990 it was incorporated by Decree 82-90 of the Executive Power, under the name of "Cooperativa de Servicios Múltiples de la Personal de Banco de Reservas, de la República Dominicana".