Current CD rates and terms at Connexus Credit Union. You can often get higher than advertised CD rates at your local branch if you do your homework. Print out our "Highest CD Rate Survey" and bring it in with you. Print out some of the advertisement of rates advertised on your bank's competing web sites so you have proof.
Bottom line: It never hurts to ask the teller if better CD rates are available when you do your homework!
Connexus CU Contact Information Current Rates
Definition: A Certificate of Deposit or CD is certificate from a bank stating that the named party has a specified sum on deposit, usually for a given period of time at a fixed rate of interest. Often there is a penalty for early withdrawal (taking your money out before the specified period of time.)
1935: Credit Union founded, by nine employees of Employer’s Mutual, to serve employees, retirees and families of Employer’s Mutual
1980: Employer’s Mutual renamed to Wausau Insurance Companies, and the credit union’s name was changed to Wausau Insurance Employees Credit Union
1998: Wausau Insurance is acquired by Liberty Mutual Insurance; membership extended to all Liberty Mutual employees and retirees nationwide
2003: Credit union name changed to Connexus to better reflect growing field of membership
2012: Members of Maple Hill Credit Union and Tower Credit Union (both of Wausau, WI) vote to merge with Connexus
2013: Connexus purchases Mukwonago, WI
2013: Connexus purchases Mukwonago, WI-based, Financial Institution Lending Options (FILO)
2013: Members of Cincinnati-based Cintel Federal Credit Union vote to merge with Connexus Credit Union
2014: Members of Minnesota-based End
2014: Members of Minnesota-based Endura Financial Federal Credit Union
vote to merge with Connexus Credit Union
2015: Members of Illinois-based Air Line Pilots Association Federal Credit Union vote to merge with Connexus
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(*) Disclaimer: Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is accurate as of the day listed and may change without notice. Contact the credit Union directly to get current rates, fees and terms. Fees may reduce earnings. Penalty may be imposed for early withdrawal.