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  • 66 years of service


    Yes, what started small 66 years ago has come a long way. To help illustrate how things have changed over the years, we asked our longest term team member, Patricia Mitas, to share memories with us from her Credit Union career that began nearly 42 years ago...

  • 2017 SCE FCU Annual Report

    65 Years of Trust

    Our mission is to improve the lives of our members, our communities and our team.

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    Members, the Community, our Team... Working Together

    At SCE FCU, our mandate of "People Helping People" comes through in our focus: our members, our community, and our team at the Credit Union.

    This combination is the center of our attention and fuels everything we do, the lens by which we view each potential opportunity, the filter for our decision making.

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    What is success?

    Success can be defined in a multitude of ways – and so much depends on perspective.

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    One person at a time... one step at a time

    Many people still are unaware of what a credit union is. And for those who do, a large number of them believe that only people who work for certain companies are able to open an account – and that is simply not true. There are many ways a person or business can be eligible to become part of the SCE FCU family – and a phone call is all it takes to find out how.

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    SCE FCU 2013 Annual Report

    April 10, 2014 |

    Modern Technology with Good Old-fashioned Service

    At SCE Federal Credit Union, it actually goes beyond this. We do not have customers, we have members. Every single person who has an account with us is an owner of the Credit Union. We make every effort to be laser-focused on providing the very best for our members. In addition to offering highly competitive rates, convenient products and services, and advanced, secure technology, we believe it all comes down to service.

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    SCE FCU 2012 Annual Report

    April 18, 2013 |

    We’re passionate about providing members with surprisingly good service and the appropriate products and services to meet their specific needs. In 2012, our financial “tool box” expanded to include:

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    SCE FCU 2011 Annual Report

    April 12, 2012 |

    For a second consecutive year, SCE FCU benefited from the ingenuity, determination, effort and loyalty of members, volunteers, and staff to address the challenges in this tough economic environment and maximize the value for all who have a stake in the success of their Credit Union. It was another year of celebrating members on freeway billboards, bus wraps, bus tails, and promotional materials, with a much more disciplined approach to soliciting and responding to member feedback.

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    SCE FCU 2010 Annual Report

    March 23, 2011 |

    It takes a special mix of ingenuity, determination, effort and loyalty from members, volunteers and staff to transform a challenging economic year into a successful experience for all stakeholders in this cooperative we call SCE FCU. 2010 was a celebration of our members, several of whom appeared on freeway billboards, city street posters, bus shelters, mall kiosks and bus tails ─ a testimony to our commitment to People Powered Banking.

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    SCE FCU 2009 Annual Report

    June 03, 2010 |

    The country eased into 2009, still reeling from a year of significant economic chaos. Amidst brief glimmers of hope, there were many telling economic signs that the struggle was far from over and that the recovery would be slow and marked by painful setbacks.

    • Cigna, Caterpillar, Pfizer, Allstate, Starbucks and Home Depot announced large workforce cuts in January

    • The Dow Jones average fell 14% between President Obama’s election and inauguration, the biggest decline ever for an incoming President