- Michigan-based banking solutions provider Bankjoy announced 16 new credit union partners.
- Combined, credit unions represent more than 350,000 members and more than $3.3 billion in assets
- The partnership news follows the company’s launch of a new small business banking platform.
Digital banking solutions provider Bankjoy has added 16 credit unions to its digital service ecosystem. The new partners combined represent more than 350,000 members and more than $3.3 billion in assets. Additionally, they serve members in states ranging from New Mexico, Texas, and Nevada, to Ohio, Illinois, and Alaska.
The credit unions newly partnering with Bankjoy include:
- Cooperative Teachers Credit Union
- Directions Credit Union
- Elko FCU
- Estacado FCU
- Firelands FCU
- Fremont FCU
- Glass City FCU
- Impact Credit Union
- Las Colinas FCU
- Lone Star Credit Union
- Midwest Community FCU
- OU FCU
- Streator Onized Credit Union
- Trius FCU
- True North FCU
- Pyramid FCU
“Credit unions like Estacado, Cooperative Teachers Credit Union and others are partnering with fintechs like Bankjoy to provide modern digital banking platforms that keep pace with members’ needs,” Bankjoy CEO Michael Duncan said. He highlighted growth in deposits in credit unions across the country, adding “as these trends continue, we’re adding more credit unions to our platform and look forward to helping them deliver a superior experience.”
Bankjoy’s partnership news comes in the wake of the company’s addition of a modern business banking platform to its offering. The platform, introduced in December, gives banks the tools its small business customers need and include solutions for invoicing, payroll, company formation, wire transfers, and entitlements.
Headquartered in Detroit, Michigan, and founded in 2015, Bankjoy also reported late last year that it had been chosen as the first official Corelation Certified Partner. The partnership enables credit unions who use Corelation’s Keystone core to efficiently integrate with Bankjoy. It also makes it easy for Bankjoy’s credit union partners to migrate their core to Corelation without disrupting the member experience.
“To support the credit union movement, it is critical for fintechs to partner with likeminded organizations who are committed to a member-centric approach,” Duncan said. “Our collaboration with Corelation has been incredibly successful, delivering tremendous value to credit unions.”
A Finovate alum since 2016, Bankjoy has raised $1.8 million in funding from investors including SixThirty and CheckAlt.