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Two local credit unions now share branch networks

Friday, 24 July 2015 14:08

ALBANY – Members of CAP COM Federal Credit Union and Hudson River Community Credit Union can now do their banking in all the same places.

The two credit unions have both joined the CO-OP Shared Branch Network, allowing their members to conduct their banking at either credit union as well as more than 5,000 additional participating branches across the nation.

The national CO-OP Shared Branch network links participating credit unions electronically, allowing credit union members to access their account information and perform select transactions. It is yet another example of credit union membership offering both individualized attention and nationwide availability working together in a way that competing banks typically do not.

"The CO-OP Shared Branch Network exemplifies the spirit that makes credit unions so unique," said CAP COM President/CEO Paula Stopera. "Our primary goal is to help our members make the best financial decisions they can. As credit unions, we support each other so the credit union movement will continue to grow."

CAP COM's branch network has tripled in size over the past decade. The credit union currently has nine branches and will break ground on branch number 10 in Malta this fall.

CAP COM and HRCCC members can visit www.capcomfcu.org/locations to find available shared branch locations.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Amanda Goyer, Foundation/Public Relations Administrator
agoyer@capcomfcu.org
4 Winners Circle Albany, NY 12205
Phone: (518) 458-2195 ext. 3553

CAP COM Federal Credit Union is a member-owned financial institution based in the New York's Capital Region. As a credit union, we are member-driven and we focus on superior service, convenient products and competitive rates that help you save money and make your life just a little easier. We offer all the products and services you'd find at a typical financial institution. Federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration. Equal Housing Lender.