SOUTHINGTON, CT – With its conversion event March 6, 2021, Fairfield Federal Savings and Loan Association became the latest community bank to deploy COCC’s modern technology. Fairfield Federal completed its conversion and is now live on COCC’s INSIGHT core solution as well as COCC’s digital banking solutions. Headquartered in Lancaster, Ohio, the $275 million-asset bank operates three locations in Fairfield County. The Bank chose COCC as its technology partner not only for COCC’s next-generation technology, but also based on its client service and cooperative structure.
“COCC’s outstanding customer service separates it from its peers. Its cooperative form of ownership appealed to us as a mutual thrift and aligned with our corporate culture,” explained Mary K. Snider, President of Fairfield Federal. “As a leader in technology, COCC will position Fairfield Federal well for the future.”
“We are excited to have Fairfield Federal join our Cooperative,” said Richard A. Leone, Chief Executive Officer at COCC. “Delivering innovative technology to community banks like Fairfield Federal so that they can in turn provide for their community is an important part of our mission and identity as a client-focused technology partner.”
About Fairfield Federal Savings and Loan Association
Fairfield Federal Savings and Loan Association is a mutually owned thrift headquartered in Lancaster, Ohio with $275M in assets. The association operates three offices, all located in Fairfield County, Ohio. Over its 125-year history, Fairfield Federal has stuck close to its original purposes: helping people build security for the future with insured savings and helping families achieve home ownership with sound home loan plans.