After receiving the appropriate approvals from Rocky View County, Mountain View Credit Union announced that it will be opening a new branch in Langdon.
The announcement came from Bob Marshall, Mountain View’s president, Nov. 29.
“We are very happy to be joining this vibrant, growing community,” said Marshall. “Mountain View is committed to all of the areas we serve in rural Alberta, and we believe that Langdon is a good fit with our credit union’s values of service, local ownership and community commitment.”
Local businessman and former reeve of Rocky View Al Schule, agrees.
“This is a great addition to our community. It’s not only a benefit to those of us already living here, but having a financial institution directly in Langdon is also an important step in our development,” he said.
The new full-service branch will be located on Centre Street. Though it will take some time for the site to be ready and the office built, Marshall is already planning.
“We recognize that Langdon honours its history and our branch will reflect that heritage. We are looking forward to a long, successful partnership with Langdon and Rocky View County,” he said.
Mountain View Credit Union is a member-owned, community-based financial institution with 12 locations and assets of $530 million. Two branches, Beiseker and Crossfield, are in Rocky View County.
Mountain View serves more than 22,000 personal, business and agriculture members in 11 communities. The credit union has paid more than $14.7 million in profit sharing to its members since 1988.