CO-OP Shared Branching and Ohio Shared Branching Network adapt to support credit unions and their members

Published by: Kim Connor

April 29, 2020 | Uncategorized

Nearly 4,000 Shared Branching locations continue to service members with modified hours, drive-thru service, or without any service delivery changes. Requests to update the Shared Branch Locator have significantly declined, indicating that changes in service offerings across the network have begun to stabilize, and credit unions have started to add previously closed branches back into the network.

In Ohio, there are 255 branches serving credit union members through limited lobby hours and drive-thru services. As credit unions reinstate lobby access across the network, they are encouraged to make drive-thru services available to guest members. If your credit union plans to adjust servicing options, including branch or lobby closures and openings, amended operating hours, and drive-thru services, please notify CO-OP Shared Branching so credit union members have access to accurate information.

Shared Branching exemplifies the cooperative spirit that differentiates the credit union movement from other financial industries. Please contact Senior Business Solutions Manager Marty Auxter with any feedback or questions.

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