About Us

The Kentucky Credit Union League is an association of credit unions operating in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. It is a non-profit corporation owned and controlled by member credit unions through their elected representatives and is solely supported by the dues of its member credit unions. The Kentucky league is one of many such leagues serving credit unions in every state of the United States. 

What We Do

The League’s many services include regulatory and political advocacy, education and training for credit union staff and volunteer officials, and a wide range of informational and operational resources, including compliance assistance.

The League is dedicated to serving member credit unions and we proudly promote the "Credit Union Difference" through advocacy, education and public service.

Our Purpose

To promote the growth, unity, and vitality of affiliated credit unions by providing the highest levels of leadership and professional service, quality information, and programs which will enhance their ability to exist, compete, and prosper in the financial marketplace.

Our Core Competencies

We fulfill our purpose by focusing on three key functions:

Advocacy - The League communicates credit unions’ identity and purpose to members, consumers, lawmakers, community leaders, the media, and others. In addition, we also represent credit union interests in state and national public and political arenas.

Education & Training - We provide meaningful, timely professional development opportunities to help credit unions thrive, stay abreast of the ever-changing regulatory environment and remain competitive in the financial services marketplace.

Compliance - We are our credit unions go-to resource on the laws and regulations affecting their operations.

In addition, KYCUL Services, a subsidiary of the League, provides market-proven products and services that empower credit union to best serve their members while realizing the substantial cost savings on these products and services made possible by our cooperative "purchasing" power.

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