Fusion Credit Union Reviews, Ratings And Fees 2019

Fusion Credit Union

Originally called ‘Vanguard-Catalyst’, the Fusion Credit Union was officially renamed in 2018, but has been operating across Manitoba since 1987. They now have 18 branches province-wide, with more than $1.06 billion in assets and over $800,000 in profits returned to its 30,000 members. By joining their community, you’ll gain access to a variety of banking, investment, and borrowing services, all the while taking in the benefits of being a union shareholder. Stop by one of their branches or visit their website to inquire about the products and programs they offer. Whether it’s to manage your money better or expand your business, Fusion Credit Union can help.

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