“I do everything at 1st Financial. From my checking to loans, they offer it all.”
MARSHALL D., ST. CHARLES, MO
Ever wonder why over 30,000 people in STL choose 1st Financial for their financial needs? It’s because we put people ahead of profits.
As a member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperative, we return profits to our members in the form of lower rates on loans and higher savings yields.
By joining 1st Financial, you become a member for life, not just a customer. Even if you leave a select employee group, retire or move, you may always maintain your membership status as long as you maintain an account.
Today, 1st Financial is a full service financial institution dedicated to helping our members achieve their financial dreams. We serve the City of St. Louis, St. Louis County and St. Charles County, Missouri and a wide array of companies throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area.
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How are credit unions different from banks?
|Banks have owners, usually a group of investors who may not live where the bank operates.
||Everyone with an account has a share of ownership.
|The owners have the sole voice in how things are done.
||Every member has a vote in how the credit union is operated.
|Only investors see a share of the profits.
||After expenses are paid and reserves set aside, all money surpluses are returned to the members in the form of higher dividends on deposits and lower loan interest rates.
|Anyone may open an account at any bank. Customers sometimes become lost in the shuffle as “just another number.”
||Credit unions focus on the needs of a specific group of people, such as those working for a particular employer or living in the same neighborhood.
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