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hen Dauphin Plains, Ethelbert and Roblin credit unions united this past summer to form a new, $350-million cooperative financial institution, the name they chose was Catalyst.
unions all have long histories of making a real difference in their communities, of being there to support families, producers and businesses, and of providing that spark you sometimes need to get things going.”
providing impeccable service to their members. And the strong community roots that were so important to Dauphin Plains, Ethelbert and Roblin credit unions form an equally significant part of Catalyst’s core identity.
“I think the name communicates extremely well what we want our new credit union to be,” said Richard Dereniwski, chairman of Catalyst Credit Union’s board. “Our three legacy credit
A Strong History of Commitment
“As a cooperative, Catalyst has more than 13,000 member-owners and we’re responsible to every one of them,” said Dereniwski. “We consider it our job to make our communities better places to live.”
Before the amalgamation, which took effect July 1, all three credit unions had earned long-standing reputations for