Ohio Shared Branching Network continues to serve credit union members

Published by: Kim Connor

April 16, 2020 | Uncategorized

The credit union community is no stranger to collaboration and at times like this and it’s more important than ever to continue supporting each other. Ohio credit unions of all sizes are stepping up and adjusting their operations in order to safely serve their members and guest members through the duration of this pandemic. The Ohio Shared Branching Network (OSBN) expands your members’ opportunities to stay connected to their financial accounts, which is crucial at a time when travel is limited across the nation. With nearly 80 of the Ohio Network’s credit unions remaining available to guest members, the Network is strong, accessible, and doing its job through the crisis. Remarkably, in the 30 days ending March 20, the Network processed over 132,000 transactions helping guest members.

OSBN credit unions and credit union members can continue to use the Shared Branching locator to find locations close to them, but should consider calling ahead to confirm a branch is available for shared branching guest members and hasn’t temporarily suspended shared branching access due to COVID-19.

Thank you, OSBN credit unions, for all you are doing to serve Ohio’s credit union members during this challenging time. If you have questions or are interested in more information on Shared Branching, contact Senior Business Solutions Manager Marty Auxter.

CONTACT US

E: mauxter@ohiocul.org
T: (614) 336-2894
C: (614) 581-5926

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