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Value Proposition

Credit unions nationwide have come to trust Corporate One as their investment and liquidity partner because we know their business and understand the strategies and regulations involved in credit union investing. Our strategic alliance with Multi-Bank Securities, Inc. (MBS) allows credit unions to experience maximum investment opportunities, including access to securities and negotiable CDs. Further, through a branch of MBS at Corporate One, members can also sell securities to generate liquidity. And once you start doing business with Corporate One, you’ll also have access to The One Account, our ultimate cash management solution,where you can easily review your accounts, transfer funds, and monitor activity.

Securities offerings through MBS:

  • U.S. Treasury securities
  • U.S. Agency bonds
  • Negotiable CDs
  • Mortgage-backed securities
  • Mutual funds
  • Collateralized mortgage obligations
  • Corporate notes and bonds
  • Commercial paper


  • New! Complimentary monthly securities reporting. These reports will help your credit union alleviate the complexity of processing and compiling investment reports and allow you to receive all your securities investment information in one place for easy reconciliation. Contact your senior investment representative to learn more.
  • Enjoy complete and timely access to a wide selection of new issue agencies
  • Fill any gaps you may have with extensive secondary offerings at institutional prices
  • Have our experts analyze a particular security you're considering for purchase
  • Obtain competitive bids on securities you wish to sell
  • Work with the same qualified investment representatives who handle your SimpliCD and Corporate One investments
  • Seamless safekeeping opportunity through BNY Mellon


  • No wire fees (except for mutual funds)
  • Securities in your account are priced by an independent pricing service
  • Online access to your account includes access to past activity, positions, balances, statements and confirms
  • Monthly statements provide accrued interest calculations. Detailed monthly/quarterly statements provide information you can use for financial reporting
  • MBS FINRA Broker-Dealer CRD number is 22098
What are negotiable CDs?

Negotiable CDs are term deposits issued by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) insured banks or NCUA insured credit unions and are underwritten by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) registered Broker/Dealers. Similar to traditional CDs, negotiable CDs are often considered a preferred investment alternative for investors concerned about the safety of their principal and the continuity of predictability of cash flows. Unlike traditional CDs and similar to other securities, negotiable CDs are issued in book entry form and use the CUSIP system for identification and trading in the Primary and Secondary markets. Negotiable CDs are offered with numerous terms and structures to meet your investment needs, including bullets, callable CDs and variable and step-up CDs. Terms range from 90 days to 30 years.

Cash Management Tools

With the One Account, our easy, competitive, integrated cash management solution, you’ll have access to a full suite of cash management tools, such as Member$MART, our web-based account management system, making Corporate One the only place you'll need or want for effective cash management.

New! Our Investment & Funding Dashboard allows you to view a consolidated summary of your credit union’s balances, including deposits, safekeeping holdings, and loan balances—all in a convenient dashboard format. The Dashboard can be found in the Members Only Applications menu. Contact your senior investment services representative for more information.


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.