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Grow deposits by making your credit union accessible through high-touch and high-tech channels. OCUL Services Corporation partners with organizations to provide the following solutions:

Shared Branching
Instantly add thousands of branches nationwide so your credit union competes with big banks for convenience. Suited to credit unions of all sizes, Shared Branching enables your members to conduct basic deposit transactions at hundreds of locations in Ohio, and thousands nationwide -- all for a fraction of the cost of building a single branch.

Fast Branch
Extend your service footprint with do-it-yourself kiosks for members that blend modern check-imaging technology with an easy-to-use touch screen that accepts check and cash deposits without envelopes or deposit slips.

Mobile Banking
Maximize convenience for your members by enabling them to scan and deposit checks from their homes, businesses, and mobile phones, and streamline your back-end check processing as well.

Deposit Services for CUs
A leading wholesale financial services provider to America’s credit unions, Corporate One FCU offers correspondent services including ATM/debit cards, share draft imaging, and depository and electronic payment services. Learn more.

Deposit Insurance
American Share Insurance provides primary and excess share or deposit insurance exclusively to credit unions. A member-owned, share guaranty corporation, ASI is the nation‘s largest non-federal insurer of credit union deposits

Strategic Alliances
Work with CUNA Strategic Services to attract new members and deepen relationships with current members.
 

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