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Experience More with Online Access!

Experience More with Online Access! This September experience financial empowerment with our new Online Access! Our new Online Access will empower you with a fresh new app, management tools, account alerts, loan application capabilities, person to person transactions, top-notch security, and more convenient features at your fingertips. Most importantly we are excited to introduce our […]

Experience More with LCCU!

Coming this 2024! Experience More with LCCU! At Latino Community Credit Union, we’re committed to enhancing your EXPERIENCE. That’s why we’re excited to bring you MORE this September 2024.  Over the next few months, we will elevate our credit union to provide you with even more convenience, services, and control over your accounts. This new […]

New Year’s Greetings from LCCU CEO, Vicky Garcia

Dear LCCU members, All over the world, across countries and cultures, the new year provides an opportunity to look back with gratitude and ahead with big hopes. As I think back to my beginnings with LCCU in 2001 as a volunteer and then joining the staff in 2003, I have cherished the opportunity to witness […]

Our Vision for Growth with Equity

After working in various positions at LCCU for 20 years, no one should be surprised that Vicky Garcia has hit the ground running since becoming LCCU’s CEO in June. Vicky has been working alongside our 135,000 members, staff, and partners as we move closer to $1 billion in assets and continue to expand our reach […]

Latino Community Credit Union Announces Vicky Garcia as its new President and CEO

June 15, 2023 PRESS RELEASE Contact: Gabriel Treves-Kagan (984) 569-3507 | Latino Community Credit Union Announces Vicky Garcia as its new President and CEO Durham, NC, June 10th, 2023 – Latino Community Credit Union is proud to announce Vicky Garcia as its new President and CEO, effective June 10, 2023. She succeeds Luis Pastor who […]

New Report Highlights Key Factors of a Successful Youth Employment Program

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Today, at Partners for Youth Opportunity’s (PYO) annual Scholarship Party, Latino Community Credit Union (LCCU) and PYO released Building Financial Capability on the Road to Post Secondary Success: A Case Study of PYO and LCCU’s Innovative Youth Employment Program. The case study highlights the innovative strategies and promising outcomes of their Saving for the Future […]

The State of Latino Housing in North Carolina 2015

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Latino housing faces barriers, represents major untapped market, new study shows RALEIGH, N.C. – North Carolina’s 800,000 Latinos represent the fastest-growing segment of the population and a significant potential market for the housing industry, researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill report in a new study. But a range of obstacles inhibit […]

University of Virginia Study Highlights Latino Credit Union to Demonstrate the Positive Effects of Financial Services on Unbanked Individuals

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Durham, NC – The University of Virginia Darden School of Business and its Tayloe Murphy Center released the findings of a major study called “Perdido En La Traducción: The Opportunity in Financial Services for Latinos” about how incorporating “unbanked” populations into the financial system creates significant benefits not only for individuals and families, but also their local communities by lowering the number of […]