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Meridian Credit Union

Meridian Credit Union
Credit union
Industry Financial services
Founded 2005
Headquarters St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada
Key people Sean Jackson, President & CEO
Products Savings; checking; consumer loans; mortgages; credit cards; online banking
Revenue $151.5 million CAD (2008) [1]
Net income $30.4 million CAD (2008) [1]
Total assets $4.48 billion CAD (2008) [2]
Website meridiancu.ca

Meridian Credit Union is a Canadian credit union. It was formed April 1, 2005, following the merger of Niagara Credit Union and HEPCOE Credit Union.

Meridian is the fourth largest credit union in Canada, and the largest credit union in Ontario, serving more than 250,000 members with total assets under administration of $4.6 billion. Meridian offers a full range of banking, wealth management, credit products and services through 43 branches, and eight Commercial Business Centres.

Meridian Credit Union was recognized as one of Canada's top 100 employers by Maclean's magazine in 2009 and 2010.

Desjardins Credit Union (the Ontario affiliate of the Desjardins Group) and Meridian’s membership voted in favour of a merger effective June 1, 2011.[3] By 2012, most of the former Desjardins branches in Ontario had been renamed to Meridian branches.[4]

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