Ascend Federal Credit Union Paying $7 Million to Members

Ascend Federal Credit Union, the largest credit union in Middle Tennessee, announced today that it will return $7 million to members in the form of bonus dividend payments, loan interest refunds and reward payments for loyal debit card use. With the addition of this year’s return, Ascend’s volunteer, unpaid board of directors has approved giving a total disbursement of more than $99 million to the credit union’s members since 2004. 

“At Ascend, our members are owners and we fulfill our non-profit mission by returning to them a significant portion the proceeds generated by our well-run credit union,” said Caren Gabriel, Ascend president and CEO. “I also can’t think of a better way to culminate our 70th anniversary year by making the holidays brighter for our members and showing our gratitude for being entrusted with serving their financial needs.” 

Gabriel said the member return is never guaranteed, but it is a goal of Ascend’s board to distribute it every year. Thanks to growing membership and use of the credit union, as well as prudent management, members have received a return every year for the last 17 years. 

The credit union examines its financial performance each year to identify how the return will be calculated and what amount will be given. Generally, the more checking/debit or savings activity someone has with Ascend, the greater their bonus payment, and the more loans they have, the greater their loan interest refund. In order for a loan to receive an interest refund, it must not be delinquent. 

The 2021 return will appear on members’ December statements.
Lucky Knott

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