Shared Branching

Through strategic cooperation, credit unions have joined together to create a dynamic and innovative solution to the need for convenient access points for credit union members, without taking on the expense of building many new branches. Shared branching provides credit union members convenient access to their accounts using existing credit union branch locations and shared technology.  Transactions are transmitted from branch to branch in a manner similar to that of an ATM network.

CO-OP Shared Branching and the Association can help a credit union serve a member vacationing in Florida, Hawaii or overseas by allowing him to transact business over the counter at a participating shared branching credit union displaying the CO-OP Shared branching logo.  The member merely gives the proper credit union name to the teller, who then pulls up the corresponding credit union.  In the same time it would take for your own teller to make the deposit, the transaction is completed.  Deposits, withdrawals, loan payments, and inquiries are all available to members of participating credit unions wherever they are in 39 of the United States and also in Puerto Rico, Guam, South Korea, Japan and Italy.  New locations are being added every day.

CO-OP Shared Branching  has made the process of linking thousands of credit union branches easy to understand and easy to accomplish.  This network of shared facilities is a financially attractive alternative to building your own new branches.  Credit unions using the system have also found that it is a powerful member-retention tool.

For information about how your credit union can benefit from today’s Shared Branching solution, call Bonnie Doolin, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of NECUS, LLC, at 800-842-1242 or go to the CO-OP Shared Brancing website.

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