July 31, 2015

NAFCU continues to add new members

Eleven credit unions have joined NAFCU over the past couple of weeks, a sign that credit unions are looking for real value and like what they see coming from NAFCU, said association President and CEO Dan Berger.

These recent new members include two federal credit unions from New York and more from New Jersey, Oregon and Indiana. Another four new members – federally insured, state-chartered credit unions – are from Virginia, Alabama, Minnesota and Wisconsin.

"NAFCU's relentless focus on federal advocacy, education and compliance continues to attract new federal as well as federally insured, state-chartered members," said Berger. "That relentless focus, the fact that NAFCU's board has always made policy decisions based on the best interests of our members and the credit union industry, and more affordable dues – one-third the cost of other organizations – combine to present a very powerful value proposition."

NAFCU has gained 39 new members so far in 2015. The association closed out last year with 59 new members.

NAFCU members can visit here to find out how to calculate their annual NAFCU dues.