Connect with Credit Union Solutions
Products, services, small credit union resources, and development initiatives
--your one-stop shop for success.
Find just what you're looking for to bring your credit union to the next level with our product solutions and credit union development directories.
The product solutions directory includes members of both our Endorsed Vendor Program and Select Vendor Program.
A prize-linked savings program launched in 2018 and available to Wisconsin’s credit unions.
Credit Union Forms
Minimize your credit union's compliance risk with our up-to-date electronic forms for purchase.
Our charitable arm provides financial education, scholarships, grants, and disaster relief assistance.
Looking to engage with credit unions across the state? Here's what opportunities are available.
News for Wisconsin's Credit Unions®
We deliver helpful and timely news to help Wisconsin's credit unions prosper. Check out the latest with The League, our valued partners, and CUNA.
Includes coverage on advocacy, education & events, The Foundation, The Credit Union Movement, vendor news, and more.
League press and media inquiry contact information.
Latest news from the Credit Union National Association (CUNA).
Get Inspired & Grow Professionally
It's your time to shine. The League offers a wide variety of in-person events and on-demand learning for credit union employees and volunteers.
Expand your skill set and grow your network with The League.
The League offers over 200 training programs each year. Find the perfect fit for your schedule, location, and budget.
All pricing includes sales tax if applicable.
Information on our annual State GAC, Convention & Expo, and The League Invitational.
Earn certifications through FiCEP, League Leadership Institute, CUNA's Management School, and more.
Includes local chapters, council programs, Tristate Mentor Match, and the Young Professionals (YP) Network.
Quickly connect with other credit union professionals statewide using this online networking platform.
Master Compliance Demands
Compliance is one of the most in-demand League services. Gear up with our unbeatable resources and on-demand experts.
Our comprehensive and resource-packed guide covers every compliance-related topic important to your credit union.
Complete collection of all of The League’s ii Releases, including general and lending releases.
Couriers cover a variety of compliance-related subjects, including news, alerts, Q&As, analyses, and more.
State and federal regulatory deadlines of note available for reference, including a print version.
A dues-supported service offering an online compliance policy library, including sample policies.
Our staff-sharing program allows credit unions of any size access expert compliance help.
Advocate for Credit Unions
The League gives 3.5 million Wisconsin credit union members a voice through political, legislative, and regulatory advocacy.
Activists are credit unions supporters who work with The League to protect and grow The Movement.
Political advocacy is crucial to preserving and promoting The Credit Union Difference.
Easily send customizable messages to legislators and donate online to credit union champions.
The GAC develops and executes strategies that help Wisconsin credit unions survive and thrive.
The League advocates on key regulatory issues to reduce the burden on Wisconsin credit unions.
The League is committed to assisting credit unions in through programs and partnerships that benefit credit union members, enrich local communities, and increase awareness of credit union service and outreach. Looking for professional development opportunities? Click here.
Get your credit union the recognition it deserves with the annual CUNA and League-sponsored awards program. Includes the Louise Herring, Dora Maxwell, and Desjardins youth & adult awards.
The Credit Union House in Madison provides a central venue for various credit union events such as board meetings and planning sessions. Learn more about Credit Union House donors and reserving the space for your next event.
Information about the following available credit union designations for Wisconsin's credit unions: low-income, Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), and Community Development Credit Union (CDCU).
Wisconsin credit unions are leaders in providing financial education across the state to members and throughout their communities. Learn about financial education programs and resources available to Wisconsin's credit unions, and view trusted financial education partners (DFI, CUNA, and more).
The Wisconsin Credit Union Foundation offers three grants to help credit unions implement new products and services, including the Credit Union Development Grant, the REAL Solutions® Initiative Grant, and the Emerging Markets Grant.
In partnership with CUNA, the Open Your Eyes to a Credit Union® initiative is a credit union industry-level effort to drive consumer consideration of credit unions, raising interest and pushing more consumers down the marketing funnel to help make local marketing efforts more successful.
Need to be the hero of your board, succession, and evaluation planning processes? Check out planning resources and evaluation tools available through The League.
Reach Business Lenders® supports credit unions that may not have the full resources to serve their business members by helping them extend their services and preserve the credit union-member relationship.
This statewide prize-linked savings program offers members the opportunity to win jackpot-like prizes for making savings deposits at participating credit unions. Capture new members, build loyalty, and promote financial wellness.
The Wisconsin Ideation & Local Development (WILD) Initiative is involving participants and their credit unions in a six-month process to develop financial products, services, and business models that increase credit unions' relevance as America's best financial partner.
Your employees can build emergency savings that can help alleviate financial stress and improve productivity through the simplest of strategies – saving automatically with split deposit through the Wisconsin Saves Automatic Saving Initiative. This national pilot project designed to encourage millions of Wisconsinites to establish emergency savings accounts through automated saving.