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UFCU will continue to require face coverings inside our financial centers.
Tips to assist you in filing a claim for property damage due to the current weather event.
UFCU has named Dave Wagner vice president of information technology and chief information officer.
Our latest branch closings and openings. Last updated on January 26 at 9:00 AM.
UFCU, Austin’s largest locally owned financial institution, has named Esther Edevold vice president of finance to oversee UFCU’s critical financial functions.
UFCU, Austin’s largest locally owned financial institution, has named Heather McKissick executive vice president of community impact, communications, and marketing.
UFCU, Austin’s largest locally owned financial institution, has named Jim Brown vice president of lending and chief lending officer.
We understand that 2020 has been a challenging year. As a result of COVID-19, we suspended several fees, which caused us to do a broader review of all the fees we assess Members on our accounts and services going into 2021.
December brings circumstances that impact our ability to process deposits to your accounts, including holiday closures and requirements for taxable income.
An election is scheduled in conjunction with UFCU’s 2021 Annual Meeting for four places on the Board of Directors.
Cheryl Dozier will manage our newest financial center located in Kyle. The center, at 4410 South FM 1626, opened November 2.
Residents and employees in the Kyle area now have nearby access to the award-winning financial services of UFCU, with the opening this month of UFCU’s new Kyle location.
For the third consecutive year, central Texans have named UFCU as the “Best of the Best” when it comes to banking services.
For the fifth consecutive year, UFCU has been named Austin’s top mortgage company by the Austin Business Journal.
Credit unions everywhere share a commitment to social responsibility in their communities, but never before in the United States has a city’s credit unions come together as one to construct a home with Habitat for Humanity.
In its continued commitment to providing exceptional financial services to Members, UFCU is now offering new cash options through its ATMs.
We were founded on the principle of people helping people, and that remains our top priority.
Update: Our Galveston and Victory Lakes locations have reopened.
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