Service on the road with nearly 6,000 branches

Published by: Kevin Mulder

May 19, 2021 | Industry Supporters

This summer, the Ohio Shared Branching Network will help 2.4 million credit union members maintain account access as they get back to business, take to the road, and re-explore new and favorite destinations. The network has nearly 6,000 branches coast-to-coast and operates in 7 countries, ensuring convenient account access, whether near or far. The Network is also a shining example of cooperation among cooperatives, drawing the attention of elected officials as they learn about the increased account access financial cooperatives provide all corners of the state. U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio), a staunch credit union supporter, identified what happens when banks close branches in rural communities: financial needs are unmet, and communities are underserved. Shared Branching empowers credit unions to extend their footprint, providing hardworking members reliable access to their funds, no matter how far a preferred branch may be.

For the latest Shared Branching marketing tools or information on how your credit union can expand its member opportunities, contact Sr. Business Solutions Manager Kevin Mulder.

Contact Kevin Mulder for questions or assistance.

Kevin Mulder
Kevin Mulder Sr. Business Solutions Manager E: kmulder@ohiocul.org
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