CFF PROJECT 2020 – The Technology Committee [What is it about?]

The Project 2020 Technology Committee was established to explore opportunities that would provide Credit Unions with optimal access and utilization of Technology. More specifically, the project seeks to enable Credit Unions’ ownership and control of technological systems that will facilitate: Participation in the national payments system. The provision of online services to members. Significant trading […]

Credit Unions and Economic Growth in Trinidad and Tobago (TT)

The TT economy has experienced an average real GDP growth since 2008 of -0.8% per annum and for the period 2020-2026 its average real GDP growth is forecast at 0.33%.  In this same period of time (2009-2019) there has been a rise in debt per capita from US$5252.9 per person in 2009 to US$10,905.1 per […]

The Central Finance Facility (CFF) A One Stop Financing House for the Credit Union Movement

The Central Finance Facility (CFF) continues to be a bedrock of financial stability in the credit union movement, assisting ordinary members and also cooperatives and credit unions to pursue their dreams and financial projects. The CFF currently offers home mortgages and small business loans to individuals and institutional loans to credit union members. Loans for […]

The Central Finance Facility (CFF) Leads the Credit Union Movement in Green Financing

The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) defines a green economy “as low carbon, resource efficient and socially inclusive” where “growth in employment and income are driven by public and private investment into such economic activities, infrastructure and assets that allow reduced carbon emissions and pollution, enhanced energy and resource efficiency, and prevention of the loss […]