OnPoint Community Credit Union to open 20 branches in Fred Meyer stores
OnPoint Community Credit Union said that it will open 20 new branches in 2021 within Fred Meyer hypermarket stores across Oregon and Southwest Washington.
According to the Oregon-based credit union, this is the largest branch expansion in the company’s history. The move is also said to reinforce its commitment to its members and the Northwest region.
Presently, OnPoint Community Credit Union operates 36 branches, of which four locations opened this year. The credit union caters to more than 415,000 members.
Rob Stuart – President and CEO of OnPoint Community Credit Union said: “As part of our unwavering commitment to Oregon and SW Washington, we are always looking for new ways to expand our services and grow our presence to better assist our members.
“Fred Meyer serves as a community staple across the region, and when an opportunity arose to work with this local company while at the same time be more accessible to our members, we were thrilled to embark upon this new partnership.”
OnPoint Community Credit Union said that it will open the new in-store branches on a rolling basis during the first half of next year, with construction to start in January.
Each of the credit union branches will provide a full suite of financial services to its members, which including enrollment of membership, consumer and commercial lending, financial planning, mortgages, ATMs, and also notarization.
Tory McVay – OnPoint Community Credit Union Senior Vice President and Chief Retail Officer said: “We are honored to be selected as Fred Meyer’s community credit union partner.
“Co-locating with a major regional supermarket will provide our growing membership and the communities we serve with convenient one-stop access to essential financial services. We are proud to not only help our members achieve their financial goals, but to also invest more deeply in our region and provide up to 200 new jobs to members of our community.”