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All information current as of month-end March 2015

Founded: 1948
Organization type:
A not-for-profit financial cooperative
Charter: State
Regulatory Agency:
Missouri Division of Credit Unions
Federal (provided through the National Credit Union Administration/NCUA)
Total Membership:
Total Assets: $211.3 million
Employees: 82
Rankings: 10th largest credit union in the St. Louis metro area (based on deposits and assets)
Headquarters: Arnold, Mo.
Branches: 6 in the St. Louis area (north Jefferson County, south St. Louis County, mid St. Louis County, north St. Louis County and the city of St. Louis in Missouri, as well as north St. Clair County in Illinois), more than 50 credit union shared branch locations locally and 5,000+ nationwide, a 24/7 online branch, and a 24/7 automated (phone) teller system
Free ATMs: More than 250 in the St. Louis area and nearly 30,000 nationwide through the CO-OP Network
Leadership Senior Management:
President/CEO: Linda Allen
Senior Vice President: Angela Ellis
Senior Vice President: John Gerke
Senior Vice President: Patti Randick

Board of Directors: 7 directors, each elected to a 3-year term
Chairman: Randy Pratt

Supervisory Committee: 3 members, each elected to a 3-year term
Chairman: Peggy Haberberger
Who Can Join: Primarily anyone who lives or works in Jefferson County (Mo.), St. Louis County (Mo.), St. Louis City (Mo.), Madison County (Ill.), Monroe County (Ill.), Randolph County (Ill.), St. Clair County (Ill.); employees of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Veterans Administration or 23 other companies and agencies in the region; members of the BCTGM Local 4, CWA Local 4217, Iron Workers Local 396, SEIU Healthcare Illinois and UFCW Local 534 trade unions, all in the St. Louis area
Products: A full range of checking and savings account options, loans (including credit cards with rewards), ATM cards, debit cards with rewards, and electronic services (such as online banking, online bill pay, mobile banking, text message banking, and direct deposit); credit counseling, investments, insurance and financial planning are also provided through third parties
Media Contact: Vice President: Ken Moser
Media Notes:
  1. Arsenal is a credit union, not a bank.
  2. Those who do business with a credit union are called members rather than customers.
  3. Not for profit and nonprofit are not interchangeable terms; each has a different meaning. Credit unions are not for profit, which is not to be confused with nonprofit charities or similar organizations. Credit unions are not for profit because they operate to serve their members rather than to maximize profits. But unlike nonprofit organizations, credit unions do not rely on donations, and they are financial institutions that must turn what is, in economic terms, a small profit (i.e., "surplus") to be able to continue to serve their members. A credit union's revenues (from loans and investments) need to exceed its operating expenses and dividends (interest paid on deposits) in order to maintain capital and solvency. Credit unions use excess earnings to offer members more affordable loans, a higher return on savings, lower fees or new products and services.


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