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Hawaii's Premier Credit Unions: Innovative Solutions for Your Business

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Aloha Pacific FCU Means Business

Aloha Pacific Federal Credit Union is in the business of assisting in the financial well-being of its members – and that includes its business members, too.

As members, businesses can count on loans with flexible terms and checking, savings and certificate accounts with very competitive rates and low fees.

In addition, APFCU’s Select Employee Group (SEG) system offers businesses an added benefit for their employees at no cost. When you become a SEG, your workers become eligible to join APFCU and reap the rewards of membership, including:

  • Free checking and ATM/VISA checkcards
  • Savings, certificates, IRA and special youth accounts
  • A full lineup of loan programs
  • Discounted realty services
  • Special events such as Family Day movie screenings and Member Appreciation Day at the 50th State Fair

APFCU has more than 1,400 SEGs, including Foodland, Costco and a number of homeowners associations.

Membership ($100 in a savings account) is required for services. Loans are subject to credit approval and other requirements. Some restrictions apply. See branch employee for details. This credit union is federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration.

“Aloha Pacific FCU really came through for us.”

“It was my dream to have one location where we could have a large, state-of-the art bakery. That turned out to be the old Weyerhaeuser building on Nimitz Highway – and it’s also where we have our La Tour Café, so we have expanded our business enterprises farther into the community. Thanks to Wallace Watanabe (APFCU president and CEO), Aloha Pacific FCU and all the effort that went into financing the building, our dream is flourishing!

“I’d known Wallace for some time, but this was our first big business relationship, and it won’t be our last.”

Thanh Quoc Lam
Ba-Le Inc.


Call 531-3711 or visit
www.alohapacific.com for details.

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