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PROGRESSIVE CREDIT UNION is a state chartered natural person credit union that has 1 branch with approximately 5619 members serving the greater New York county area. The credit union first opened 100 years ago in 1918 and is a member of the Federal Home Loan Banks (FHLB). Now with more than $578 million in assets, PROGRESSIVE CREDIT UNION employs about 26 people offering various banking and financial related services to its members.

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General information
Mailing address131 W 33rd St Ste 700
New York, NY 10001
Phone(212) 695-8900
Fax(212) 695-6377
Size of credit union
Total Assets$578 MM
Net Worth$225 MM
# of employees26
Peer GroupMore than $500 MM
Bond ProviderCUMIS
FHLB MemberYes
Total Members5,619
Type of MembershipState chartered natural person credit union
Number of Branches1
Last AuditDecember, 2010
Credit Union Features
Member services

We encourage you to contact the credit union directly to learn about all the services that are currently available to members.

  • Business Share Accounts
  • Real Estate Loans
  • Money Orders
  • Bill Pay
  • More...
Branch offices
Credit union branches  
  1. Headquarters (Main Office)
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The information found on was provided from the latest quarterly call reports data (December 2011) by the NCUA and from credit unions in accordance with the Federal Credit Union Act, the National Credit Union Administration regulations, or other law. Questions about its accuracy should be addressed to the appropriate credit union.
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