Unlike other financial institutions (OFIs), a credit union is owned and controlled by the people it serves. Another distinct difference between a credit union and an OFI is in the leadership of the organization, the Board of Directors. The board of directors is responsible for the general direction and control of the credit union. The board decides what services to offer, interest rates, and how to best use the money that is earned.┬á Our Board and Committe members┬ávolunteer their time and are people you should know.
Gerardo “Lalo” Arreguin