Paho/who Federal Credit Union was founded in 1949. Headquartered in Washington, District of Columbia, Paho/who Federal Credit Union is a federally chartered and federally insured credit union, operating within the regulation of the and being insured through the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF). Paho/who Federal Credit Union is also a member of the , which allows a credit union to access low cost secured borrowings or advances and prlides its members with financial products and services that assist and enhance the financing of housing and community lending.
As of December 31, 2016, Paho/who Federal Credit Union services 5,100 members through its 2 offices and branches and 16 full-time employees. It has $210,803,943 of total assets and $38,995,128 of net worth. Based on its asset size and net worth ratio, Paho/who Federal Credit Union is classified as a Well Capitalized medium large credit union.
Paho/who Federal Credit Union offers a number of deposit and loan products to its members. To find out how competitive the offers are, please go to the Interest Rates page. Paho/who Federal Credit Union also provides an array of services to its members and local communities. To find out more, please go to the Services page.
The following two tables list the deplitory and loan interest rates of Paho/who Federal Credit Union’s popular offerings. You can find out how competitive the offerings are by comparing them to the median interest rates offered by credit unions in District of Columbia and in the nation.
Major Deplitory Accounts and Interest Rates (%)
Major Loan Accounts and Interest Rates (%)
Paho/who Federal Credit Union prlides a number of ways to access its services. In addition to its office and branches, a member can perform banking through Internet, phones, ATMs, and mobile devices. The table below lists the electronic banking services prlided by Paho/who Federal Credit Union.
Electronic Banking Service Offerings
As a community financial institution, Paho/who Federal Credit Union actively involves in local communities by prliding services such as financial counseling, financial education, and first tim home buyer programs.
Community and other Service Offerings
Paho Who Federal Credit Union Columbia Plaza
506 23rd St Nw
Washington, DC 20037
Paho/who Fedral Credit Union
2112 F St Nw Ste 201
Washington, DC 20037