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The Credit Union National Association, commonly known as CUNA (pronounced "Cue-Nuh"), is a national trade association for both state- and federally-chartered credit unions located in the United States. CUNA provides member credit unions with trade association services, such as lobbying, professional development, and professional services management. The organization operates out of its headquarters in Washington, D.C., and an operations center in Madison, Wisconsin. The association's current President and Chief Executive Officer is Daniel A. Mica.

Services and Support

In order to qualify for the services CUNA provides to member credit unions, a credit union must first be a member of its local state credit union league before they qualify for national association benefits.

The Credit Union National Association is supported through dues paid by credit unions through their local league dues and fees generated from services provided. CUNA has previously operated a for-profit "CUNA Services Corp." However, many of the pass through services such as credit card processing and IRA administration have been sold to other vendors.

CUNA also houses six CUNA Councils - national organizations for credit union professionals. Run by and for credit union executives, Councils target their networking, information and programs to key areas of credit union management.

Employees and Locations

CUNA employs approximately 70 people in its Washington, D.C. office as well as several hundred people in its Madison, Wisconsin office. The Madison campus is also the home of the headquarters of CUNA Mutual Group, the World Council of Credit Unions, and the National Credit Union Foundation.

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