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Redwood Credit Union makes Forbes’ list of America’s best credit unions

September 3, 2021

For the second year in a row, Redwood Credit Union (RCU) has been recognized as a top credit union in California. 

Forbes and Statista, who conducted the research, based these rankings on an independent survey of approximately 25,000 U.S. consumers who were asked about their banking relationships as well as their satisfaction in the categories of trust, digital services, financial advice, branch services, and transparency of terms and conditions. 

“Our members are at the heart of all we do. Receiving this recognition from Forbes, based on member feedback, affirms that we’re providing the financial services people want and need,” said Brett Martinez, RCU President and CEO. “This award is a testament to our passionate employees who work extremely hard to provide excellent service to our members every day.”

This past year has proven to be a successful one for RCU, as they were also voted Best Company to Do Business Within Sonoma County by NorthBay biz readers for the ninth time, as well as Best Credit Union by readers of several publications in Sonoma, Marin and Napa counties. Redwood Credit Union RCU also been awarded one of the best places to work in the North Bay for 15 consecutive years.