For eighty years, Financial Partners Credit Union has provided banking services to Californians. With generally lower loan rates, higher savings rates, and lower fees than the big banks, the emphasis at Financial Partners is on providing value and the highest levels of service to our members.
What makes us different from a bank? Part of it is our not-for-profit, cooperative structure. Financial Partners is owned by our members, not Wall Street, so we’re committed to doing what’s best for them, rather than the bottom line.
At the same time, we truly believe that focusing on service and member satisfaction is the right thing to do. Our members aren’t just figures on a balance sheet—our mission is to build lifetime financial partnerships.
As we approach the end of our 80th year, we have over $1.3 billion in assets, almost 80,000 members, and branches across California, from South San Francisco to San Diego. But one thing hasn’t changed since eight aviation workers pooled $900 in 1937 to start this Credit Union: our focus on saving money, making money, and saving time for our members.