Shared Branching enables members of participating credit unions to conduct transactions at branches of other credit unions within the nationwide network.
Shared Branching is collaborative effort by credit unions to provide convenient access to services, such as deposits, withdrawals, and making loan payments at various locations, extending beyond local or regional boundaries. It reflects the cooperative nature of credit unions, emphasizing collaboration to enhance member convenience and access to financial services.
- Use member credit unions nationwide as if you were at your home branch
- Over 5,000 compatible branches via the CO-OP™ network
- Locations available in all 50 states
- Conduct a number of transactions at any member branch, including:
- Loan payments
- Make transfers between accounts
- Purchase money orders and official checks1
- And more
- Simply bring in the following materials:
- Your home credit union's name
- Your account number
- Valid government-issued photo identification (i.e. state driver's license or US passport)
Use any of the following methods to find the CO-OP location nearest to you:
1May not be available at all outlets and locations.