FSCC and New England Credit Union Services have joined in three New England states to spread the word about shared branching.
New network comprises more than 1,700 credit unions, 4,400 branch locations and 2,200 kiosks in 7-Eleven stores.
Soon there will be but one shared branch network serving credit unions across the country, companies say.
In a move which some have seen looming for years, CO-OP Financial Services and Financial Services Centers Corp. have signed a letter of intent to merge their shared branching operations.
Combination would create a single nationwide shared branching network for U.S. credit unions.
Financial Service Centers Cooperative has changed the name of its text messaging transaction service from MyCUAnywhere to Sprig.
Patelco CU feted for opening its branches to other credit unions' members more than 1.6 million times in 2010.
Financial Services Center Corp. distributing patronage dividends for 11th consecutive year.
Even members of credit unions that don't even have mobile banking are able to access their CU accounts using a smart phone – provided their CUs participate in shared branching.
A new partnership between Financial Service Centers Cooperative Inc and a leading online foreign exchange company now allows participating CUs to offer their members foreign exchange.