ONTARIO, Calif. — CO-OP Financial Services and the $6.5 billion BECU have taken their relationship to the next level. The former Boeing Employees' Credit Union has moved beyond offering surcharge-free ATM access through CO-OP Network to also using CO-OP Financial Services for ATM processing and signature debit services as well, CO-OP has announced.


"We've chosen to expand our services with the leader in EFT processing because we appreciate CO-OP's high level of service and innovative product strategy," said Joe Brancucci, vice president of delivery and product management and chief lending officer of BECU. "Our strengthened CO-OP partnership will provide us with the tools to ensure our products and services stay competitive and consistent with the changing market." In 2006, CO-OP repositioned its collection of products and services into four business lines: CO-OP Network, CO-OP ATM Processing, CO-OP Card Services and CO-OP Shared Branching. Recent product additions include CO-OP Gift Cards, CO-OP Member Rewards and Check Imaging.


"As one of the nation's largest, fastest growing credit unions, BECU decided to seek a one-stop-shop to fulfill its expanding processing needs," said Stan Hollen, CEO of CO-OP Financial Services. "It's gratifying that BECU management has established CO-OP's comprehensive package of services as part of their complete EFT solution."

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