PATERSON, N.J. – Poised for growth, Greater Alliance FCU looks towards the Passaic County community as a natural extension for their superior products and services with the re-opening of its Paterson, N.J. branch. The credit union held a grand re-opening celebration on Friday, September 7th.
Pictured left to right: VP Operations Glenn Guinto, Board Chair Richard Vega, President/CEO Patrick McGrath, Paterson Mayor Jeffrey Jones, Branch Manager Juan Bustos, and VP New Business Development Joseph Pedone cut the ribbon to the re-opened branch.
“With the economy having stalled over the past several years, Greater Alliance has done everything to continue providing both value and products that help members manage their financial needs better,” states CEO/President, Patrick McGrath. “This is why we continue to grow. People and businesses alike that have joined us as members, now enjoy the value we provide. Value and service are by far the most important components of our growth these past few years.”
Pictured left to right: Greater Alliance FCU President/CEO Patrick McGrath with NJCUL President/CEO Paul Gentile, Paterson Mayor Jeffrey Jones, and Branch Manager Juan Bustos.
The Greater Alliance brand stands for quality financial products and services with reasonable lending rates that today’s economy calls for. Greater Alliance remains focused on “Member Satisfaction”, and the credit union is thrilled to again be an active part of the Paterson community.
Greater Alliance Federal Credit Union now has three branches: 66 Hamilton Street, Paterson, N.J.; 359 Main Street, Hackensack, N.J.; and 40 West Century Road, Paramus, N.J.