Shared Branching Centers

CO-OP Shared Branches are credit unions that accept member transactions on behalf of other credit unions.

CO-OP Shared Branch

CO-OP Shared Branch is the third largest branch network in the country, with more than 5,000 Credit Union branches and hundreds of self-service Shared Branch express terminals in all 50 states.

The CO-OP Shared Branch network allows members of one Credit Union to do a range of transactions at another Credit Union. Through the CO-OP Shared Branch network, participating Credit Unions can serve members in diverse geographical locations, even when they move or travel.
CO-OP Shared Branch express terminals provide after-hours member access, reduce teller traffic, and can help you leverage your existing investment in ATMs.

To use a Shared Branch, all you need is your member number and a photo ID. At CO-OP Shared Branch locations, you can perform these transactions

  • Deposits
  • Withdrawals
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