CUNA-NAFCU members approve merger

Published by: Kim Connor

November 2, 2023 | Membership

CUNA and NAFCU jointly announced today that members overwhelmingly approved a merger of the two organizations. The vote will create a single, national trade association, “America’s Credit Unions.”

CUNA reported that 94 percent of CUNA members and 86 percent of NAFCU members voted in favor of the merger. America’s Credit Unions will become a legal entity on January 1, 2024, and CUNA and NAFCU will begin the transition process to combine the organizations, and align products and services.

Jim Nussle, president/CEO, Credit Union National Association and future president/CEO, America’s Credit Unions, said “the transition team will be working the remainder of 2023 and into 2024 to establish an organizational culture, structure, and strategy that is purposeful and relevant to credit unions as we move into the future.”

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