Published: February 12, 2010
Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union Breezes In to The Windy City
Country's Largest Ethnic Credit Union Extends Reach to Chicago; Brooklyn-Based Credit Union Forges Ahead With Midwest Expansion
Continuing to defy the stagnation that has
gripped the banking industry lately, the Polish & Slavic Federal Credit
Union extended its reach to the Midwest by establishing its presence in the
Chicago area, where on Jan. 30th it opened its first two branches in the
city's suburbs of Mt. Prospect and Norridge.
The Chicago expansion is the PSFCU's latest salvo in its ambitious
development program that has enabled the financial institution to reach
almost $1.3 billion in assets and attract nearly 70,000 members. Of the
credit union's 14 total branches, more than one-third (five) has opened up
in the past three years.
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