National Association of Federal Credit Unions (NAFCU)

Definition

A committee that is dedicated to improving the growth of credit unions by supporting its members, which is made up of some of the largest credit unions through education and providing information concerning industrial matters. NAFCU also assists in improving the political influence of credit unions; since its establishment in 1967, it has been involved in electing members of congress who are sympathetic towards the issues that concern and assist credit unions and their members. It is a member-funded organization that generates funds used to support campaigns of federal political candidates, in the interest of the credit unions.
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