Salem Five

At Salem Five, we make banking better. And it all starts with listening. We listen to our customers to forge strong relationships, and we listen to their concerns to inspire innovation. With your help, we can meet your needs like no other bank. So keep talking. We're listening.

Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union

Unlike other financial institutions, Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial cooperative. Instead of paying dividends to outside investors, profits are returned to our members in the form of better yields on savings products, lower rates on loans, lower fees and convenient services like Fee Free CheckingOnline Banking, andMobile Apps.

StonehamBank

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. 

Digital Federal Credit Union

Digital Federal Credit Union, better known as DCU, is a not-for-profit financial cooperative owned by and operated for our members. DCU was chartered in October of 1979. Since then, DCU has been chosen as the credit union for more than 700 companies and organizations. DCU serves more than 700,000 members and their families in all 50 states.

Leader Bank

Leader Bank, N.A. opened in May of 2002 as Massachusetts's newest community bank. We are dedicated to fostering the continued growth of our surrounding communities through a diverse array of products and services.

Brookline Bank

Metro Credit Union

For 89 years, Metro Credit Union has been providing financial services to communities throughout Massachusetts. As one of the largest credit unions in the state, Metro has $1 billion in assets, more than 170,000 Members, and is able to serve anyone in Essex, Middlesex, Suffolk, Norfolk, Plymouth, Barnstable or Worcester counties. As a full-service credit union, Metro offers all of the financial products and delivery innovations that you'd expect from a large financial institution.

The Savings Bank

Bank of Easton

We have you to thank for our success these past 125 years. On our first day in business in 1889, we opened the doors with 4 employees, 15 Bank directors, and just over $8,000 in assets. When we celebrated 100 years in business in 1989, the Bank of Easton had grown to $32 million in assets. Today, our employees thank you for helping us to reach a milestone of $120 million in assets. We couldn’t have done it without our customers.

 

 

 

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