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Shared Branching

Free access to over 5,000 branches through the Shared Branching network.

What is shared branching?
Financial Center is part of a cooperative shared branching network with other credit unions across the United States. With shared branching, credit unions share facilities to give their members thousands of locations to perform transactions as if they were at their home credit union. This service is free to all members.

How can I find a shared branch?

  1. Visit http://www.co-opsharedbranch.org/ or download the mobile application. Simply type in the zip code or city to search and nearby locations will appear.
  2. You can also tell if a credit union branch is a shared branch if you see the logo shown above on the exterior of a credit union building.

What type of transactions can I perform?

  • Deposits
  • Withdrawals
  • Loan payments
  • Make transfers between accounts
  • Purchase money orders

To perform a shared branching transaction, you’ll need:

  1. Your home credit union’s name (Financial Center Federal Credit Union)
  2. Your member number
  3. Valid government-issued photo ID (driver’s license, US Passport, ITIN card, etc.)


Click here to locate the nearest shared branch, or use the Financial Center mobile banking app to find locations near you.

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