Metro Credit Union Expands to Bristol County

Chelsea, MA (February 1, 2016) Metro Credit Union, Massachusetts’ largest state-chartered credit union, has been given approval by the Massachusetts Division of Banks, NCUA and MSIC to expand its field of membership.   
 
The expansion will allow Metro to serve the financial needs of the families and businesses located in Bristol County.  Recent census statistics show that over 500,000
people now live in the county and that it has over 12,000 employer establishments.
 
“We are excited about the opportunity to serve residents and businesses within this expanded service area.” remarks Robert Cashman, President and CEO of Metro Credit Union.  He continued, “We are looking forward to providing our financial services to these additional Massachusetts communities.”
 
 
About Metro Credit Union
Metro Credit Union is the largest state-chartered credit union in Massachusetts with over $1.4 billion in assets, and serves more than 180,000 members. It is a growing, federally insured financial institution and a leading provider of a full range of financial services to anyone living or working in Essex, Middlesex, Suffolk, Norfolk, Plymouth, Barnstable, Bristol or Worcester counties in Eastern Massachusetts, as well as Massachusetts state employees and retirees throughout the Commonwealth.
 
Founded in 1926, Metro Credit Union is a non-profit cooperative institution, owned by and operated for the people who use and benefit from its products and services. Metro uses superior customer service and technology to deliver a full range of financial products to consumers and businesses in eastern Massachusetts. Metro is well known for providing members with unlimited refunds of other banks’ ATM fees through its My Reward Checking account
 
Metro Credit Union has 15 branch offices conveniently located in Boston, Burlington, Chelsea, Framingham, Lawrence, Lynn, Melrose, Newton, Peabody, Salem, and Tewksbury, and is also a leader in workplace banking, serving over 1,000 companies throughout the state.