Coverage for Now & What’s Ahead

Why Excess Coverage

ESI offers different types of excess share insurance coverages based on the unique needs of each credit union and its membership.

Accounts exceeding the maximum level of coverage provided by your credit union’s primary insurance may also have additional coverage from ESI. Excess coverage from ESI allows credit unions to provide additional security to its member or insure specific types of accounts. It’s a level of peace of mind only certain credit unions can offer.

Does My Credit Union Have Excess Share?

Ask if Your Accounts Are Covered

ESI is the only insurance company of its type in the country and is available in 32 states and the District of Columbia. To determine if your credit union offers excess share insurance coverage and how the program is structured, please contact ESI or your credit union.

MEMBERS’ ACCOUNTS ARE NOT INSURED OR GUARANTEED BY ANY GOVERNMENT OR GOVERNMENT-SPONSORED AGENCY.

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