Delaware Credit Unions laws & compensation compliance analysis

Delaware Credit Unions: What you need to know

A credit union is a member-owned financial institution organized to encourage savings and to provide loans with competitively low interest rates to members. Delaware law does not provide for the establishment of a state credit union. To organize a credit union in the state, it is necessary to obtain a federal charter. To organize a federal credit union, contact the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) in Arlington, Virginia, at 703-518-6300 or visit their website at http://ncua.gov.
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Credit unions have evolved into sophisticated financial institutions offering members a variety of services. An organization seeking to set up a credit union needs expert assistance. It is often easier to join an existing credit union than to start a new one.

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