New York’s Polish & Slavic FCU Expands In Chicago

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CHICAGO – Polish & Slavic FCU, which serves New York’s Brooklyn Polish immigrant community, the nation’s largest, expanded its presence in Chicago, home to the nation’s second-largest population of Polish-Americans.

The $1.4 billion credit union opened a new branch last week in the Chicago suburb of Bridgeview, the third branch it opened in the Chicago market over the past year. That follows branch openings in the communities of Mt. Prospect and Norridge.

Polish & Slavic, the nation’s largest ethnic credit union, has served the New York and New Jersey area for more than 35 years.


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