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What is a credit Union?

Credit Unions are not-for-profit financial cooperatives serving members who share something in common: employment, association membership, or residence in a particular geographic area. They exist to serve the needs of their members (who are also owners) and offer the same types of banking products and services you would find at other financial institutions, including savings and checking accounts , loans, mortgages, Internet home banking and bill payment, and more.

Why CBI Federal Credit Union?

CBI FCU has been safe, secure and insured since 1963 and today over 17 Million in assets and more than 1,700 members. It is our mission to always provide superior products and services in the most friendly and efficient manner possible, with the specific intention of improving the financial well-being of each and every member.

The philosophy of a credit union is also that they are democratically owned and controlled institutions based on “people helping people” principles.