St Kitts and Nevis: PM Harris holds discussion with Board of Directors of CCCU 

The meeting has been hosted by its President, Joseph Remy. The meeting has both modes as people could attend the meeting through in-person meetings, and also, it was partly virtual discussions.

St Kitts and Nevis: PM Harris holds discussion with Board of Directors of CCCU 
St Kitts and Nevis: PM Harris holds discussion with Board of Directors of CCCU 

St Kitts and Nevis: Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris held discussions with the Board of Directors of the Caribbean Confederation of Credit Unions (CCCU) on Friday, March 18, 2022. 

The meeting has been hosted by its President, Joseph Remy. The meeting has both modes as people could attend the meeting through in-person meetings, and also, it was partly virtual discussions.

While informing about the meeting, PM Harris of St Kitts and Nevis noted, “Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris is now holding discussions with the Board of Directors of the Caribbean Confederation of Credit Unions #CCCU, led by its President Mr Joseph Remy, during an in-person and partly virtual meeting”. 

Further, various ministers such as Cabinet Secretary Josephine Huggins and Permanent Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister, Andrew Skerrit, have accompanied Prime Minister Timothy Harris

“Dr Harris is joined in the meeting by Cabinet Secretary, Mrs Josephine Huggins and Permanent Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister, Mr Andrew Skerritt”, underscored prime minister. 

On August 17, 1972, the Caribbean Confederation of Credit Unions (CCCU) was established in Dominica. It was the successor of the West Indies Conference of Credit Societies (WICCS) and also offered as the apex trade and development organization for the financial and non-financial cooperative in the Caribbean countries. 

Further, the main focus of the Caribbean Confederation was the situation at the economic and financial trades in the particular region and the world. It would also assists and affiliates to the individuals and their roles to enhance and advance the cooperative difference. 

The CCCU also stimulates and create awareness through discussions on issues impacting Credit Unions and other cooperatives so that the goal of the Movement can be achieved. 

The World Council of Credit Unions have been affiliated with the CCCU and also represents the Caribbean Diaspora as part of the over 186 million members of the credit union sector.