International Cooperative Banking Association (ICBA)

Association internationale des banques coopératives
Asociación Internacional de Bancos Cooperativos

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URL: http://www.icba.coop/

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Founded

1922

History

1922, as International Cooperative Banking Committee -- Comité international des banques coopératives, with membership from 7 European consumer cooperative banks. In 1964 membership was opened to all cooperative banks and central cooperative credit organizations directly or indirectly affiliated to A-XA1710 - International Co-operative Alliance (ICA), of which it is a specialized body. Following 28th ICA Congress, 1984, Hamburg (Germany FR), became an international specialized organization of ICA, with the title International Co-operative Alliance Central Banking Committee -- Comité central des banques coopératives de l'Alliance coopérative internationale or ICA Central Banking Committee -- Comité central bancaire de l'ACI; also sometimes referred to as International Association of Cooperative Banks -- Association internationale coopérative bancaire. Present name adopted 1992.

Aims

Exchange information; promote cooperation among cooperative banks; advise and assist the development of new cooperative banks; carry out studies and research on subjects of common interest - capital formation, cooperative values as applied to banking.

Events

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Activities

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Structure

Plenary Session (members' meeting, annual). Executive Committee (meets twice a year). Regional Committees (5): Europe; East, Central and South Africa; North Africa and Middle East; Asia and the Pacific - U-XE4361 - Regional Co-operative Banking Association for Asia and the Pacific (RCBA); Latin America.

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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic GrowthGOAL 10: Reduced Inequality

UIA Org ID

XE1855

Last News

2010

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