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Established in 1936, Genisys Credit Union has remained a strong, non-profit financial institution that offers highly competitive rates, member discounts and a full slate of financial services.

Membership is open to anyone who lives or works in the state of Michigan. Members know they can count of Genisys to provide personalized customer service combined with all of today’s modern conveniences like elec- tronic banking and access to more than 30,000 fee-free ATMs.

Genisys Credit Union’s slogan “Where

You Come First” is a way of doing business that all staff members embrace.

Through the years, the credit union has grown. In 2015, Genisys completed a merger with Tri-Pointe Community Credit Union. This move expanded member access to 28 branches, including 25 located in Michigan. The move made Genisys Credit Union even stronger and as a result, the financial institution wrapped up the year with total assets over $2 billion. In addition, the credit union has been consistently recognized for its fiscal strength with BauerFinancial’s five- star rating for financial safety and sound- ness. This is the highest rating a financial institution can receive. It’s not just its members that benefit from Genisys Credit Union’s strategic growth. Based in Auburn Hills, the credit union has

strong ties to every community where it does business. The credit union gives money to

Genisys Credit Union employees partici- pated in the annual Walk for Warmth.

Casual Day Fund. Genisys Credit Union also sponsored

including Genisys Investment Services. Tra- ditional financial services include home loans, auto loans, small business lend- ing, credit cards and business financial services. “We are particularly proud to be a primary source of credit for our members,” said Presi- dent and CEO Jackie Buchanan. “In 2015, we origi- nated over $1 million per day in new consumer loans. These loans helped families get new and more reliable automobiles and finance other needs. We are also pleased to have helped a growing number of members with their home fi- nancing and small business credit needs.”

Genisys Credit Union’s main office is headquartered at 2100 Executive Hills Blvd. in

local organizations, sponsors community events and its staff members donate their time. In fact, Genisys staff members gave more than 3,700 volunteer hours and worked to raise money for Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency’s Walk for Warmth, gave generously through a United Way campaign and provided much-needed donations to lo- cal organizations through their Employee

nearly 600 community-oriented events each year, including the Montrose Blueberry Fes- tival, Grand Blanc Fun Fest, Fenton Jingle Jog, Vassar Riverfest, Clarkston Concerts in the Park, Lake Orion Big Rig Gig and Ortonville Septemberfest. Over the past year, Genisys Credit Union has further enhanced its mobile and online banking services and wealth building services,

Auburn Hills. Twenty-seven other branch of- fices are located across Michigan, Minnesota and Pennsylvania. Connect with Genisys on Facebook and Twitter by following genisyscu. For convenient access to your account, down- load the Genisys Credit Union iPhone app in the iTunes Store or Android app in the Google Play Store. For more information, call (248) 322- 9800 or visit


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