COCC converts pair of Massachusetts credit unions

SOUTHINGTON, CT (January 7, 2021) — COCC wrapped a busy 2020 welcoming a pair of Massachusetts credit unions to the COCC family. Metro Credit Union and Tremont Credit Union each converted to COCC in 2020, choosing COCC’s INSIGHT core solution, COCC’s online and mobile banking solutions, and a range of additional COCC financial technology services to deliver an unmatched experience to their employees and members.

Metro Credit Union, a $2.2 billion asset credit union based in Chelsea, MA, signed with COCC in 2019 before converting to COCC this past fall. “COCC’s strong culture and reputation for excellent customer service were key reasons for our decision,” noted Robert Cashman, President and CEO of Metro Credit Union.

Tremont Credit Union, headquartered in Milton, MA, also converted late in 2020. The $231 million asset credit union chose COCC for its innovative technology. “These enhancements will allow us to offer new services and should also improve our management team with improved data to allow us to more easily evaluate and improve our services going forward,” said George Hardiman, President and CEO at Tremont.

“It is always exciting to partner with credit unions whose focus on member service aligns so closely with our own core values,” stated Richard A. Leone, CEO at COCC. “We are excited to partner with both Metro Credit Union and Tremont Credit Union to deliver them the innovative technology they need to continue to serve their valued members and their communities.”

About COCC

As an industry-leading fintech provider, COCC delivers innovative, comprehensive technology solutions and strategic partnerships with an unparalleled focus on service. Offering a robust, feature-rich suite of modern, standards-based core and digital banking solutions, COCC’s cutting-edge systems are designed with intuitive user interfaces and are fortified by advanced APIs which seamlessly facilitate leading fintech integrations. Consistently ready to adopt and embrace emerging technologies, COCC remains agile and forward-thinking, meeting the demands of a rapidly evolving financial landscape where live real-time functionality matters. COCC is forever dedicated to assisting community banks and credit unions with remaining strong and competitive by providing the technology, support, and expertise needed to succeed. To learn more, visit

About Metro Credit Union

Metro Credit Union is the largest state-chartered credit union in Massachusetts, with more than $2 billion in assets. Metro provides a full range of financial products to more than 210,000 members in Essex, Middlesex, Suffolk, Norfolk, Plymouth, Barnstable, Bristol and Worcester counties in Massachusetts, and Rockingham and Hillsborough counties in New Hampshire, as well as to employees of over 1,200 companies through its Metro@work program.

Founded in 1926, Metro currently operates 15 branch offices in Boston, Burlington, Chelsea, Framingham, Lawrence, Lynn, Melrose, Newton, Peabody, Salem, and Tewksbury. Metro is also a Juntos Avanzamos (“Together We Advance”) designated credit union, an honor given to financial institutions for their commitment to serving and empowering Hispanic and immigrant consumers.

About Tremont Credit Union

Tremont Credit Union is a full-service, state-chartered credit union with unparalleled financial products and services; and, community support for more than 60+ years. With more than $230 million in assets, 20,000+ members, Tremont Credit Union is committed to supporting our communities through quality products and convenient services as well as timely and fair-minded lending decisions. With strong roots in the education and healthcare communities, Tremont CU continues to support their founding select employee group: The Boston Teachers Union, as well as the Boston Children’s Hospital, Dana Farber Cancer and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts. Membership is available to employees and family members of employees at one of our nearly 200 select employer group as well as anyone who lives or works in Middlesex, Norfolk and Suffolk Counties and those who worship in Suffolk County.


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