Omaha’s first Veridian Credit Union branch opens today, second set for spring
WATERLOO, IA (December 27, 2016) — Veridian Credit Union opened its first Omaha branch today at the intersection of West Maple Road and 150th Street. The Waterloo, Iowa-based credit union is set to open its second Omaha-area branch at 10324 S. 71st Terrace in Papillion in spring 2017.
“We’re excited to expand in the Omaha area,” said Branch Manager Drew Mickle. “We have a great team, and we’re looking forward to deepening our relationships with existing members, as well as creating new ones.”
The 5,104-square-foot branch on West Maple Road is Veridian’s first outside of Iowa. It’s also the same blue print for the branch that’s under construction in Papillion. Both include a family-sized office to accommodate members with children during longer visits, space for mortgage and commercial lenders and biometric access to safe deposit boxes with a scan of the hand.
Veridian’s Market President Jay Ferris confirmed that the new branches are in line with the credit union’s plans to open 10 Omaha-area branches in the next 10 to 15 years. “We’re a not-for-profit financial cooperative owned by our members,” Ferris said. “With each branch that opens, we’re eager to show more Omaha-area residents and businesses what a difference that can make for their financial wellness.”
About Veridian Credit Union
Veridian Credit Union, founded in 1934 in Waterloo, Iowa, is a not-for-profit financial cooperative owned by its members. The credit union offers a full range of business and consumer financial services with approximately 1,000 employees and 30 branches across Iowa and eastern Nebraska.
For more information, visit veridiancu.org or call (800) 235-3228.