On Thursday, August 2, Churches Co-operative Credit Union (CCCU) and GSB Co-operative Credit Union merged to form a stronger and more formidable financial entity, First Heritage Co-operative Credit Union (FHC). The new organization, which will be the island's largest open bond credit union, hosted official launch ceremonies across Jamaica in Kingston, Kingston Gardens, Portmore, Spanish Town, May Pen, and Montego Bay. The Eureka Road-based event included a symbolic unveiling of the building's new FHC sign, raising of the Jamaican, FHC, and the Hands and Globe flags, and a cake cutting to mark the establishment of the new company. Guests were entertained by the Jamaica Constabulary Force Band and were treated to refreshing fruit juices, and a scrumptious breakfast, which included callaloo quiche, cheese sandwiches and fresh fruit.
(2nd Left) Dwight Peters, Saint International CEO joins Juven Montague-Anderson, Assistant General Manager, Marketing and Communications at First Heritage Co-operative Credit Union (FHC) (3rd Left) along with models from his agency to celebrate the official launch of FHC at the organization's Eureka Road offices in Kingston yesterday. After two years of negotiation, Churches Co-operative Credit Union (CCCU) and GSB Co-operative Credit Union finalized their merger to form FHC, which currently boasts more than 160,000 members, making it one of Jamaica's largest credit unions.
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