Corporate One maintains a conservative investment portfolio, and offers credit unions a diversified array of on- and off-balance sheet investment solutions, including certificates of deposit and overnight investments. Offered by our licensed investment professionals, Corporate One’s investment solutions allow credit unions to manage their cash effectively and earn competitive yield.
Easily invest excess cash reserves into liquid, competitive, interest-yielding funds by taking advantage of Corporate One’s on- and off-balance-sheet overnight deposit options. Learn More ►
Credit unions with excess reserves for an intermediate period of time can take advantage of NCUA insured investments with Corporate One’s term deposits. Learn More ►
Our strategic alliance with MBS allows credit unions to experience maximum investment opportunities, including access to securities and negotiable CDs. It also provides members with proven-effective portfolio management and income accounting solutions. Learn More ►
Our partnership with Alaska USA Trust, which is owned by Alaska USA FCU, allows Corporate One to offer a complete and comprehensive safekeeping product for the security of our members’ investments. Safekeeping accounts can be linked to settlement accounts for seamless account transactions. Learn More ►
Through SimpliCD, credit unions can invest in a trusted, turnkey and no-hassle brokered certificate of deposit program to earn competitive yields. For credit unions looking for quick liquidity options, SimpliCD can also be leveraged to access a nationwide pool of investors from which to generate funds. Learn More ►
Peace of Mind
With experienced, accredited and licensed personnel, a sound financial position, and a strong business model further strengthened by successful products and services, Corporate One is where credit unions belong. Learn More ►
All securities are offered through Multi-Bank Securities, Inc. (MBS). The home office of MBS is located at 1000 Town Center, Suite 2300, Southfield, Michigan 48075. MBS is registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as a broker-dealer under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Member of FINRA and SIPC.