FSCC and New England Credit Union Services have joined in three New England states to spread the word about shared branching.
Credit Union Centers finds interest in survey of its participating credit unions.
The 21,000-member Rio Grande Credit Union in Albuquerque, N.M., has won an award for the creative way it introduced shared branching.
Credit Union Centers, a shared branching CUSO serving Indiana and Illinois, has announced that it will add remote deposit, mobile banking and call center services.
First Lincoln Credit Union in Lincoln, Neb., has broadened its service footprint for its 3,000 members by adding shared branching from CU Service Network.
New network comprises more than 1,700 credit unions, 4,400 branch locations and 2,200 kiosks in 7-Eleven stores.
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.
With today’s economy still sputtering, credit unions–and just about any other organization across the nation–remain vigilant about cutting costs to survive and hopefully thrive when the economy returns to good health.
Public Service Credit Union's bank on a truck includes ATM and full branch services.