Business Services Team
As a business owner, you deserve an experienced professional you can trust to help you make the right decisions every step of the way, helping you confidently manage your vision — and reach your dream.
Bryan Joiner joined Neighbors Credit Union after being a Vice President for a $20B regional bank. Bryan has over 10 years’ experience advising businesses and owners, spending the last 5 years focusing on lending. Bryan graduated from Lindenwood University summa cum laude with a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration. Bryan lives in St. Charles County with his wife and two daughters.
To contact Bryan with any question or to discuss opportunities, please call 314-892-5400 extension 17022 or email BJoiner@NeighborsCU.org.
Roland Spies joined Neighbors Credit Union in 2014. He brings over 20 years of financial experience, mostly centered on commercial loans, to our Business Services team. Roland strongly believes in developing an active relationship with members and understanding their business to help them exceed their goals/objectives.
To contact Roland with any questions or to discuss opportunities, please call 314-892-5400 extension 11074 or email RSpies@NeighborsCU.org.
What Our Members Say About Us
St. Peters Academy of Dance
St. Peters Academy of Dance tapped their way into Neighbors Credit Union in May 2014. Owners, Kathy and Steve Martinez, saw Neighbors Credit Union as a convenient location to service their personal banking needs. “It was very easy to make deposits and withdrawals on our way to and from work since we live just blocks away,” stated Mr. Martinez. Click here to read full statement.
"We switched lending institutions for two reasons, we got a great rate and our loan officer, Roland Spies, is one of the best. Roland makes you feel like you’re working with your best friend rather than a stuffy bank executive. Securing a commercial loan is a tedious process but Roland makes it as painless as possible. I look forward to a long term relationship with Neighbors Credit Union." - Steve Winheim