âOur staff provide the most incredible service to our unique members, with the products and services they need,â said iQ President and CEO Eric Petracca. âDuring this difficult past year, it is clear that our staff have continued to go above and beyond for our members. “
iQ offers its members personalized service and easy access, with 16 branches, online and mobile banking, and more than 30,000 ATMs and 5,600 shared branches across the country. The credit union is committed to providing financial education, including online courses and events for children and adults, financial workshops for area businesses, and student-run campus branches at seven local high schools .
In addition, iQ regularly gives back to the local community through initiatives such as Literacy Bursaries for Teachers, Bursaries for Area Students and iQ for Kids, the non-profit cooperative foundation of credit that raises funds for local charities.
âWe live and work in this community, and it is vital that we get involved in causes and charities that are close to our hearts and that are important to our members,â said Petracca. âIQ is growing, but we remain local and loyal to our communities. Our goal of providing friendly and genuine service as well as our goal as a credit union is reflected in this recognition.
Besides Forbes recognition, iQ was also named Best Place to Work by Oregonian over the past five years and has received recognition from the Portland Business Journal, including their Philanthropy Award,
ABOUT CAISSE DE CREDIT iQ
iQ Credit Union is a full-service financial institution serving the Pacific Northwest since 1940. With over 90,000 members in Washington and Oregon, the credit union is known for its deep commitment to financial education and community engagement – and for its iconic red and black check colors. iQ helps WAnderers and Explorers achieve their financial goals by offering honest and friendly advice at one of its 16 branches. More information is available at iQCU.com.
SOURCE iQ Credit Union