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Foxboro Federal Savings

Foxboro Federal Savings is a community based, FDIC insured, financial institution with offices in Foxboro, Norfolk and Plainville, Massachusetts. Mutually chartered, highly capitalized and strongly rated, Foxboro Federal has two core business segments.

Commonwealth Utilities Employees Credit Union

Unlike other financial institutions, the Commonwealth Utilities Employees Credit Union is owned and run by its members. Members make up the Board of Directors, who manage and elect the officers to handle the business and operation of the Credit Union, Members make up the Credit Committee which decides on loans that are made. Members make up the Audit Committee, which makes sure the Credit Union is run correctly.

People's United Bank

People's United Bank is a subsidiary of People's United Financial, Inc., a diversified financial services company with $36 billion in assets. People’s United Bank, founded in 1842, is a premier, community-based, regional bank in the Northeast offering commercial and retail banking, as well as wealth management services through a network of over 400 retail locations in Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.

Hampden Bank

Our roots in Western Massachusetts are strong and deep. Most of our associates volunteer their time in the communities in which we do business. Recently we established the Hampden Savings Foundation to provide grants to non-profit, community based organizations in Western Massachusetts. Groups like Habitat for Humanity and the Community Music School of Springfield benefit from grants from the Hampden Savings Foundation.

Merrimac Bank

Industrial Credit Union (ICU)

The Industrial Credit Union (ICU) organized in 1910 is a state chartered community credit union doing business under the banking laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.  Our sole purpose is to promote thrift and loan money at fair and reasonable rates of interest. 

Weymouth Bank

The Mission of Weymouth Bank is to remain an independent, community bank dedicated to developing long-term customer relationships in Weymouth, Kingston and throughout the South Shore by offering high-quality products and superior customer service. Management will strive to provide a safe, profitable return on investment by focusing on prudent investment strategies that will be beneficial to the Bank, our customers, employees and the community.

South Coastal Bank

South Coastal Bank is a wholly owned subsidiary of MountainOne Financial Partners, MHC. We operate three full service offices and five automated teller machines along the south shore of eastern Massachusetts in Rockland, Scituate, and Quincy. As a full-service bank, South Coastal Bank offers commercial, installment and mortgage loans; electronic and on-line banking services; telephone banking; consumer deposit products such as checking, savings, certificates of deposit and IRAs; and commercial deposit products including checking, savings, money market and sweep accounts.

United Bank

United Bank is a federally chartered stock bank, headquartered in West Springfield, Massachusetts. The Bank has been doing business in the greater Springfield area since 1882.

Watertown Savings Bank

Neighborhood focus, world-class service. That phrase really sums up what Watertown Savings Bank is about.

If none of the Basic Banking accounts in your area meet your needs, you can find information on other bank and credit union accounts through the Massachusetts Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation:

  1. For information on bank accounts, click here (http://db.state.ma.us/dob/banksmain2.asp)
  2. For a list of credit unions that offer affordable checking and savings accounts, click here (http://www.mass.gov/bankonit)

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