Virginia Beach, VA (January 5, 2021) – Chartway Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce that following regulatory approval from the National Credit Union Administration and approval by a majority vote of the Saint Matthew’s Federal Credit Union membership, its merger with Saint Matthew’s officially closed on December 31, 2020. The full systems integration has also been completed.
Saint Matthew’s members will benefit from Chartway’s large branch and Direct Teller/ATM network, access to affordable products and services, highly competitive rates, fewer fees, a 24/7 Member Solutions Center, and the latest online, mobile, video, and telephone banking services, including mobile deposit, mobile bill pay, and digital wallets.
“At Chartway, we’re dedicated to supporting our members, our communities, and our team,” said Brian Schools, president & CEO of Chartway Federal Credit Union. “That’s why – with the merger now complete – we’re excited to welcome our newest members, and to help make their lives more affordable.”
Together as Chartway Federal Credit Union, the $2.3 billion organization serves more than 190,000 members with more than 30 branches nationwide.
About Chartway Federal Credit Union
Chartway Federal Credit Union, a not-for-profit financial institution, has been proudly serving members for more than half a century. Guided by its vision, mission, and values, the $2.3 billion credit union is dedicated to making life more affordable for its 190,000 members through nearly 30 branches and online, mobile, video, and telephone banking services, including mobile deposit, mobile bill pay, and digital wallets. As one of the largest credit unions with membership concentrations in Virginia, Utah, and Texas, Chartway is consistently recognized for its financial strength, its ability to make life affordable for its members, and for its philanthropic efforts through its charitable arm, the We Promise Foundation, which has raised more than $12 million to provide life-changing experiences that bring joy, hope, and smiles to children facing medical hardship or illness. For more information, visit www.Chartway.com; or, visit them on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.