Municipal Credit Union’s troubles persist. New York credit union now reports 14,000 members affected by direct deposit failures.
Municipal Credit Union’s leaders told members at its annual meeting this week that the New York City credit union had a particularly strong year.
Longtime credit union advocate Shirley Jenkins has been named the 2012 Pete Crear Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient by the African American Credit Union Coalition.
The 325,000-member, $1.7 billion Municipal Credit Union has opened a branch in Harlem, one of New York City's most historic and underserved areas.
Municipal Credit Union honored the civil servants of the Big Apple by sponsoring Civil Service Appreciation Day at the St. John’s University basketball game against UCLA on Feb. 18.
New York City credit union launches mobile banking app for users of iPhones, iPads and the iPod Touch.
The big New York credit union made its first Thanksgiving turkey donation in Queens this year.
Three years ago, when the financial situations of many Americans began heading for a fall, the New York City-based, $1.6 billion, 320,000-member Municipal Credit Union took the opportunity to advertise how its services could help consumers manage their struggles.