The $1.8 billion Municipal Credit Union has opened a branch in the southern part of Queens to help better serve its members in that area.
The New York City credit union said its Springfield Gardens branch will offer teller service and 24/7 ATMs. In addition, the location will have the credit union’s first e-banking center, allowing its nearly 330,000 members access to many banking transactions, including transferring funds, account status updates and loan applications.
“MCU is excited to open its Springfield Gardens location. We have many members who work and live in this part of Queens and our new branch will finally allow us to provide them with convenient and excellent service. We look forward to continuing and growing our relationship with the community and our members here,” said MCU President/CEO Kam Wong.
MCU said it now has 16 branches throughout the five boroughs, Westchester and Long Island.