Safe, Sound, and Federally Insured
National Credit Union Administration
Savings in all Vermont credit unions are insured to at least $250,000 and backed by the full faith and credit of the United States Government.

How your accounts are federally insured
National Trade Association Partnership
Credit Union National Association
Based in Washington, D.C., and Madison, Wisconsin, CUNA is the premier trade association serving more than 8,000 credit unions in Vermont and across the U.S.

Learn more about CUNA
Join AVCU and Vermont Credit Union Professionals at the 2016 CUNA GAC

Unite with dozens of Vermonters and thousands of credit union leaders from across the country at the year's biggest credit union advocacy event: CUNA's Governmental Affairs Conference. CUNA GAC brings together advocates on behalf of Vermont's 340,000 credit union members and more than 103 million members nationwide. All 50 states are represented and the Vermont delegation again plans to meet face-to-face with Senators Pat Leahy and Bernie Sanders, and Congressman Peter Welch to discuss important issues and demonstrate the positive impact we make on their constituents' financial lives.

Visit the links below to learn more about the 2016 CUNA GAC or to register. Contact AVCU Vice-President Bryan Kent for information about the Vermont room block at the Marriott Metro hotel (located at 775 12th Street, NW) which is available for booking only through AVCU. Be sure to check back frequently as more links and additional information will be made available throughout the coming weeks and months.

  1. CUNA's 2016 GAC Main Event page
  2. Conference Schedule
  3. Speaker Lineup (pending)
  4. Crash the GAC
  5. Tours / Guest Program
  6. Entertainment / Herb Wegner Dinner
  7. Conference Registration
  8. Washington Marriott Metro Hotel (for information only, DO NOT BOOK ROOMS via this link)
About the Association of Vermont Credit Unions
The Association is a non-profit corporation that exists to provide credit unions throughout Vermont with a wide assortment of trade association services. We promote the credit union movement and a favorable public attitude toward credit unions, both within the state and nationwide.

To our member credit unions, we provide legislative advocacy, regulatory support, training and staff development opportunities, networking, and business support services.

In conjunction with a variety of strategic business partners, the Association develops, markets and provides members with access to affordable back-office support products and services. The Association remains committed to its mission of assisting credit unions in any way possible with improving their overall level of service to members and Vermont consumers.