2 Oahu credit unions merge
TheoDavies Federal Credit Union merged with Hawaii Central Federal Credit Union on Tuesday.
This merger was approved by the TDFCU and HCFCU Board of Directors, TDFCU members, and the National Credit Union Administration.
Former TDFCU members will now be able to take advantage of additional financial
products and services, including mortgages, business accounts and business loans. They will also have the convenience of online and mobile banking services, access to an expanded network of surcharge-free ATMs and the shared branching system, both locally and nationwide.
Founded in 1937, HCFCU is a community based credit union that serves over 14,000
members and has approximately over $170 million in assets. Membership to HCFCU is open to all individuals who live, work, worship or attend school in, and businesses and other legal entities located on Oahu.
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