Credit unions are not-for-profit cooperative financial institutions that are owned by their members, and run by volunteer board members.
Credit unions often offer to their members better rates on loans and savings than do commercial banks, due to credit unions' unique operation. While banks must make profits for their shareholders, credit unions exist only to serve their members... You!
More than 2.7 million Ohioans (about 20 percent of the state's population) belong to credit unions through associations with their employers, communities, churches, or occupations.
What is the
Ohio Credit Union League?
The Ohio Credit Union League does not offer financial services to the public.
The Ohio Credit Union League supports the state's credit unions with operational and regulatory information, training opportunities, legislative representation, and public relations, among other duties. The League also plans and hosts an annual credit union convention each spring.
The League and its affiliates employ more than 30 people at its offices in Dublin, Ohio, (a suburb of Columbus) with more employees working from external sites around the state. The League's phone number is 800/486-2917 (toll-free) or 614/336-2894 in Central Ohio.
The League is the primary association of The Ohio Credit Union System, which includes three other affiliates:
The Ohio Credit Union League is a state trade association whose mission is to foster the success of credit unions, and the credit union philosophy, in Ohio.
Ohio Credit Union League