Landmark Credit Union announced today that it has reached $4.0 Billion in total assets, becoming the first Wisconsin credit union to reach this milestone.
“Our continued success is a direct result of our members’ loyalty and our unwavering commitment to providing them with straightforward options for their everyday financial needs and their long-term financial goals,” said Jay Magulski, President and Chief Executive Officer.
Even as it achieves this important milestone, Landmark remains focused on its ambitious plans for future growth. Already in 2019, Landmark has opened a free-standing location in Franklin, Wis., and announced development plans for free-standing locations in Brookfield, Wis., and Greenfield, Wis. The organization also continues to pursue the purchase of a site in Brookfield, Wis., for a new headquarters.
“I’m proud of our great team for this achievement, and excited about our future,” explains Mr. Magulski. “No matter our size, Landmark remains committed to acting in the best interest of our members. Whether its meeting their day-to-day financial needs with products and services that feature great rates and low fees or reinvesting in our infrastructure, technology and people, we make strategic decisions that best position us to remain our members’ financial partner of choice.”
This underlying philosophy has long propelled Landmark’s success. Landmark was also the first Wisconsin credit union to reach $1 Billion, $2 Billion and $3 Billion in assets, in 2005, 2012 and 2016 respectively. Assets are the primary measure of a financial institution’s size.
Landmark Credit Union has $4.0 billion in assets and more than 650 employees, who serve over 340,000 members at 31 locations throughout Southern Wisconsin.