Ent Credit Union Recognized by Colorado Supreme Court
The financial institution honored at the Colorado Pro Bono Recognition Celebration 2018
Jeremy DAVIS, ent's business banking supervisor, receives certificate of appreciation from colorado supreme court justice william w. hood iii, along with vikki phillips, ent's business banking sales and service advisor, at the colorado pro bono recognition celebration 2018, at the ralph l. carr colorado judicial center, denver.
Ent Credit Union was recently recognized by the Supreme Court of the State of Colorado at the Colorado Pro Bono Recognition Celebration 2018 in Denver for its "outstanding contribution and service" in providing "access to justice" as a Colorado Lawyer Trust Account Foundation (COLTAF) program participant.
Attorneys use COLTAF accounts to hold client funds in trust. The pooled dividends earned help fund legal aid and pro bono programs, including domestic violence and other justice-related efforts to low-income Coloradans.
As a Prime Partner, Ent's fee-free COLTAF checking account exceeds the basic eligibility requirements by paying "a premium rate of return" on COLTAF deposits: Ent pays a net yield of 75 percent to the Federal Funds Target Rate.
"We're incredibly honored to receive this recognition," says Paul Kirkbride, Ent's director of business banking. "Ent's participation in COLTAF exemplifies what we, as a credit union, are all about. As a community-minded organization, we're proud to actively support nonprofit organizations that benefit the communities we serve."
Founded in 1957, Ent Credit Union is financial institution committed to improving members' financial quality of life and returning value through better rates and lower fees. Ent has more than $5 billion in assets, more than 300,000 members and 29 service center locations along the Front Range. As a not-for-profit, community-chartered credit union, Ent's membership is open to businesses and individuals in Arapahoe, Denver, Douglas, El Paso, Fremont, Jefferson, Pueblo and Teller counties, as well as communities in Weld and Adams counties.