PSCU, the credit union service organization (CUSO), has expanded its partnership with Greylock Credit Union, and will now provide debit processing support in addition to support services for credit, according to a press release emailed to PYMNTS.
“At Greylock, we seek out partners that care about our members as much as we do — and we feel this is the case with PSCU,” said John L. Bissell, president and CEO of Greylock. “The CUSO has already proved itself to be a valuable and trusted partner, so it is a natural progression to proceed with confidence on a debit card program together.”
Headquartered in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, Greylock Credit Union has 92,800 members and more than $1.4 billion in assets.
PSCU has already provided Greylock with credit and contact center services for the last three years. PSCU’s additional support for debit card services to Greylock will begin in the first quarter of 2022.
“It has been an absolute pleasure working alongside Greylock to deliver their members with seamless credit processing support and contact center services in recent years,” said Chuck Fagan, president and CEO of PSCU. “We are confident we are well-positioned to continue this trajectory as the credit union adds debit processing services, and we look forward to our mutual future success.”
“We are proud to continue growing our relationship with Greylock,” said Brian Scott, SVP, chief growth officer at PSCU. “The PSCU team is eager to launch our engagement on the debit side and provide Greylock members with the seamless experience and industry-leading technologies and tools they have come to expect from their trusted credit union partner.”
PSCU has made other choices lately, including adding to its board California Coast Credit Union President and CEO Todd Lane and Border Federal Credit Union President and CEO Maria J. Martinez who will serve as associate directors.
“It is our pleasure to welcome Todd and Maria to our board of directors,” PSCU President and CEO Chuck Fagan said in the announcement. “The expertise, guidance and diversity of thought that leaders like Todd and Maria bring to the cooperative allow us to continue making smart, strategic decisions that strengthen and better the organization. We look forward to the invaluable insights they will each bring to the PSCU cooperative.”