Protecting credit unions and the consumers who own them through effective regulation
The mission of the NCUA is to facilitate the availability of credit union services to all eligible consumers, especially those of modest means, through a safe and sound credit union system.
In this section, you can find credit unions and research general and financial information. Other statistics, data, and reports include the archived Quarterly Call Reports, Financial Performance Reports, and Share Insurance Queries.
Find and research specific credit unions; locate educational resources on financial literacy, privacy, and identity protection; and read about the regulations that govern credit unions and corporate credit unions.
This section details the laws and regulations that govern NCUA-insured credit unions. Here you can access current and proposed regulations, regulatory alerts and policy statements, as well as guides, manuals and forms.
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Home > Credit Union Resources and Information > Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives
The Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives (OSCUI) supports the success of small credit unions through training, consulting, grants and loans, and partnership opportunities. OSCUI recognizes the unique role small, low-income designated, and new credit unions play in the lives of their members and communities. We are committed to helping these credit unions not only survive, but thrive.
OSCUI provides free consulting services.
OSCUI provides loans and grants to low-income designated credit unions.
OSCUI sponsors free training for credit unions throughout the country.
OSCUI identifies non-NCUA programs and services for credit unions.
Click here for Videos and Webinars produced by the Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives.
Have a question about OSCUI and/or the programs we offer - Contact us. We're available by email or telephone.
National Credit Union Administration, 1775 Duke Street, Alexandria, VA 22314-3428
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