A critical part of a successful Credit Union’s overall business and growth strategy is prioritizing risk management. Effective management of risk is critical as losses are key drivers of probability and earnings volatility. COVID-19 and other factors have shown how important it is for Credit Unions to take realistic precautions regarding risk, in order to […]
“Alert/005/2021 by the Financial Intelligence Unit of Trinidad and Tobago (FIUTT), has recorded STR/SAR submissions with approximately 100 victims of suspected Romance/Scam Fraud. This represents a loss of over TT$2.3 million to the vulnerable citizens of Trinidad and Tobago”. To assist Credit Unions in their compliance efforts and protect their membership against these fraudulent activities, […]
The Central Finance Facility Co-Operative Society of Trinidad and Tobago (CFF) has long sought to be the leader in the Credit Union Movement in fostering economic development through eco-friendly, sustainable, and productive environmental practices, by utilizing our nation’s human resources and creating economic ownership and wealth for its members. This is in keeping with our […]
The Minister of Finance of the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago will deliver the 2021/22 National Budget on Monday October 4th, 2021. The Central Finance Facility Co-operative Society of Trinidad & Tobago Limited (CFF) will be hosting our Annual Post Budget Breakfast on Friday October 8th, 2021. You will hear directly from […]
Making decisions is easier if you know all the facts. However during times of crisis situations are never perfect. There are often many disparate facts all at once or even a lack of any information whatsoever. Leaders are therefore forced to make sense of the information available to them and act decisively. Come learn the […]
Chaguanas, Trinidad – June 4, 2021: The Central Finance Facility (CFF) and more than forty leaders and managers of its member credit unions met and strategized the pursuit of FinTech initiatives to enhance service to credit union members and increase credit union market share. These discussions were enabled at a CFF hosted Virtual Thought Leadership […]
The Central Finance Facility Cooperative Society of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (CFF) invites you to register for our Anti-Money Laundering/Combatting Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) Virtual Training Workshop. Financial institutions face risks of money laundering and terrorist financing issues which policymakers locally and around the globe are tackling frontally. The Government of Trinidad and Tobago has […]
This intensive one-day program seeks to ensure that, members are aware of the new trends and technological innovations that are available and are able to make better business decisions particularly as they relate to member service and delivery and the required technology.