A new look for LVCU

Lake View Credit Union today announced a refresh of its longstanding and much loved brand identity. In addition to an enhanced online presence that includes a new, user friendly website, mobile app, online banking platform, and a suite of business services to follow within short order.

The new digital services were designed and created in collaboration with Central 1 Credit Union on its state-of-the-art Forge platform. The suite of new online products and services will be rolled out in increments over the next three weeks and provide a consistent, seamless experience across all digital channels and devices, with updated products and tools. The completely reimagined online banking portal, mobile app, and all new small business portal will allow for an unparalleled user experience and give members full access and control of their finances no matter where they are.

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“Lake View Credit Union has been serving the Peace region for over seventy-five years, and our commitment to this region and our people will never change. The financial industry, however, is always changing,” says Lori Archibald, CEO of Lake View Credit Union. “Our new suite of digital offerings is all about empowering our members to take control of their finances, no matter where they are in their financial journey. Having access to financial information and tools when and where it is needed through mobile apps, desktop, and face to face is our goal. I encourage our members and neighbors to explore our new website and mobile banking options and give us their feedback”.

“Committed to serving members for almost a century, it’s inspiring to see Lake View Credit Union pursuing the future of digital banking with Forge,” says Mark Blucher, President and CEO of Central 1. “Lake View Credit Union’s new digital banking experience on Forge will provide a journey that is seamless, intuitive and ever-evolving.”

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