Published on April 05, 2023
Written by Julia Miller - Minnesota Credit Union Network
The partnership will provide mortgage, servicing, and title insurance as well as commercial underwriting and related services to MnCUN Member Credit Unions.
“At Servion, we’ve always taken pride in helping credit unions deliver valuable products and services to their members. I have been a part of this CUSO for more than 25 years, and this is a great opportunity for us to lean into helping the credit unions in our home state,” said Brad Crandall, President and CEO of The Servion Group.
The Servion Group exists to provide credit unions with the tools to reach their true potential. Each member of the Servion team comes to work with a Be The Solution mindset and views their financial institutions not as customers or clients, but as partners. Servion offers solutions to help credit unions establish and grow product and service lines that meet the needs of the people and businesses in their communities.
“We chose The Servion Group because of their quality solutions and long history of helping credit unions reach their goals," said MnCUN Chief Operating Officer, John Ferstl.
About The Servion Group
Based in the Twin Cities, The Servion Group, a Credit Union Service Organization, was founded in 1987 by three Minnesota credit unions wanting to offer competitive mortgage products. Today, Servion is co-owned by 51 credit unions and supports over 500 credit unions and community banks across the country via solutions spanning mortgage, title, realty, financial advisory, and business lending, delivered through a staff of more than 270 employees.
The Minnesota Credit Union Network is the statewide trade association that works to ensure the success, growth, and vitality of Minnesota credit unions. With over $38.6 billion in assets, Minnesota credit unions are local, trusted ﬁnancial cooperatives that serve almost 2.1 million members at 400 branch locations, employing 5,709 people around the state. As not-for-proﬁt institutions, credit unions give back to the communities they serve. For more information, visit mncun.org.