ONTARIO, Calif. – CO-OP Network, the largest ATM/EFT Network that is owned by financial institutions, has reached Montana. The $210 million Missoula FCU, headquartered in Missoula, Montana, has become the first credit union in the state to join the CO-OP. "MFCU believes strongly in the credit union industry's spirit of cooperation, so it was imperative that we partner with an organization founded on the same ideals," said MFCU CEO Gary Clark. "CO-OP Network is owned by its credit union members, so we'll now be contributing to the network's success while our members will benefit from increased ATM convenience with a nationwide presence." With an asset size of $212 million and more than four percent of the state's population as members, MFCU is Montana's second largest credit union. Founded in 1956, MFCU serves Ravalli, Missoula and Lake Counties and has been voted the area's "Best Financial Institution" by two local publications for five consecutive years. "CO-OP Network aspires to be the national ATM network for credit unions," said CO-OP Network CEO Stan Hollen. "With the addition of Missoula FCU, CO-OP Network now has credit unions in 43 states as well as ATM locations in all 50 states and nine Canadian provinces."

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