TruStone Financial partners with the Minnesota Credit Union Network
PLYMOUTH, MN (January 6, 2016) — TruStone Financial Federal Credit Union announces a partnership with the Minnesota Credit Union Network (MNCUN) in 2016.
Minnesota’s third largest credit union will work hand in hand with the MNCUN to advance legislative advocacy on the state and federal levels, support international credit union development and strengthen relationships with credit unions throughout Minnesota.
“Our mission is to ensure the success, growth and vitality of all credit unions across the state,” said MNCUN President and Chief Executive Officer Mark Cummins. “TruStone Financial’s engagement will enhance our ability to advocate for credit unions and their members. We look forward to working together.”
“As nationwide credit union membership tops 100 million consumers, it’s important for credit unions to work together. The relationship with the Minnesota Credit Union Network will reinforce the people helping people philosophy with our members and those across the globe,” said TruStone Financial Board Chair Tom Alagna.
Chief Executive Officer Tim Bosiacki touted the MNCUN’s variety of educational opportunities and growth initiatives as a key driver behind the decision to join.
TruStone Financial will also join the Wisconsin Credit Union League (WCUL), as it has several branch locations in Wisconsin. Similar to the MNCUN, WCUL is dedicated to promoting the credit union difference through advocacy, education and public service.
About TruStone Financial
TruStone Financial is a full-service credit union that has worked to improve the financial well-being of its neighbors for more than 80 years. Founded as a teachers’ credit union, education remains one of TruStone’s core values. It strives to teach its members healthy financial habits, and its mission is to offer simple, convenient tools and great rates to help them reach their goals. It has 14 branches across Minnesota and Wisconsin and is Minnesota’s third largest credit union, with assets of $1.74 billion as of June 30, 2020. To learn more, visit TruStoneFinancial.org.