CAP COM and SEFCU become Broadview Credit Union
It’s official SEFCU and CAP COM unions will become Broadview Credit Union. The new name will start appearing on paperwork and social networks. Members can continue banking as normal at their respective branches.
Then starting on August 1, members can bank at any of the branches of either credit unions. Such as
- Make deposits, loan payments, account inquiries
- Withdraw up to $2,500, take loan advances, transfer funds between credit union accounts
- Review a history of account transactions or get a printout by date
The credit unions combine $8 billion in assets and nearly 500 thousand members. CAP COM and SEFCU are the two largest credit unions in the Capital Region. Michael Castellana, CEO of SEFCU will become the CEO of Broadview. Christopher McKenna from CAP COM is the president and Patrick Kelly, CAP COM is the Chair of the Board of Directors, which includes members from both credit union boards.
No branches are currently slated for closer, and no layoffs are expected, as the expanded workforce is vital to the operation, according to the credit unions’ websites.
Broadview was submitted for the federal trademarked name in May.