Doing business with SVGTCCU is more than just working with a fiscally strong financial institution. For 33 years the St. Vincent & The Grenadines Teachers Cooperative Credit Union has focused on excellent services and convenience for our members. Being a member-owned, non-bank financial cooperative, we strive to provide opportunities to you and your family to improve your personal and professional lives. SVGTCCU's membership is opened to ALL Vincentians, not just Teachers, living at home and abroad. In a small country with a small population, one can never overemphasize the value of members working together to resolve challenges in financial resources, human capital and general development. We invite you to browse our website and see reasons why we should continue working together and why you should be a member.

The SVG TCCU (Teachers Cooperative Credit Union) provides Vincentians with a host of financial services to help you save, build wealth and financial stability.

We will seek to provide opportunities and quality services to our members and other stakeholders.

SVG TCCU started in 1978 with members of Teachers Union only. In 1985, all the members of the teaching profession were allowed to join. This bond was extended to family members of Teachers in 1989.

At the Special General Meeting in January of 2004, the Bye Laws were amended to allow all Vincentians, home and abroad, to become members of the St.Vincent and the Grenadines Teachers Co-operative Credit Union.

Recent News


    The St.Vincent and the Grenadines Teachers Co-operative Credit Union celebrates its 35th Anniversary today May 24th, 2013. The Teachers Credit Union has its origin in the 1975 Teachers strike that saw them banding themselves together to survive the financial hardship that followed the strike. The Credit Union officially became registered on May 24th, 1978. …

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    Youth Movement News 2012: More than just words says the Doc!

    On Saturday 11th 2012, the SVGTCCU Youth Group had the privilege to be the audience of Dr. Jules Ferdinand, being presented with the topic "Communication and Presentation Skills". This was the culmination of activities including impromptu speeches and job interviews that the group did in our regular meetings. Dr. Ferdinand is a Business Consultant and he has conducted Management and Leadership training in several companies and organizations throughout the Eastern Caribbean. He is also a lecturer at the Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business and the Cave Hill School of Business (Barbados). …

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