May 24, 2023 Services

Shared Branching Services

What is Shared Branching?

Shared branching allows members of a credit union to conduct transactions at other credit unions within the shared branch network as if they were at their own branch. This is possible because the participating credit unions are interconnected.

WeStreet is a part of the Co-op Solutions (formerly Co-Op Financial Services) shared branching network, which is the only national shared branch network. There are over 1,850 credit unions out of the almost 5,000 in the country that are part of the shared branch network. This means that members have the convenience of accessing around 5,700 shared branches located in all 50 states.

What Can Members Do At A Shared Branch?

At a credit union’s shared branch, members can access the same services and assistance available at their own credit union branch. Here are some of the services offered at a shared branch:

To complete a transaction at a shared branch, there are a few key items you’ll need to have on hand:

  • A valid, government-issued photo ID.
  • Your credit union’s name.
  • Your account number.