Polish and Slavic Federal Credit Union (Company)
NMLS ID #460285
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NMLS ID #460285
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Polish and Slavic Federal Credit Union was founded in 1976 and is based in Brooklyn, NY.

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The Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union was established in 1976 by the founders of the Polish & Slavic Center led by Rev. Longin Tolczyk. The founders wanted to help immigrants who, upon arrival in New York City, wanted to buy houses in Greenpoint but were turned down by the banks. Banks were unwilling to extend credit for purchases or renovations of real estate properties to people who did not yet have an established credit history, especially since these properties were located in an area that was run-down at the time. On December 27, 1976 federal authorities of the National Credit Union Administration registered the “Industrial and Commercial Federal Credit Union”. The Credit Union charter was signed by Rev. Emil Altmajer, Marek Luniewski, Jan Raczkowski, Rev. Longin Tolczyk, Jozef Waltos, Jerzy Wolinski and Halina Zolnierowicz. Two and a half years later, the name of the Credit Union was changed to “Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union”. The first PSFCU office was located at 940 Manhattan Avenue, adjacent to the canteen of the Polish & Slavic Center. In 1981, PSFCU purchased a building at 140 Greenpoint Avenue, which served as its headquarters. In 1987, our Credit Union opened a second branch located in Union, NJ, offering its services to the vast community of Polish immigrants residing in that part of the state. Subsequent years witnessed a quick growth of the PSFCU, with new branches being opened on Kent Street, Brooklyn, NY (1992), in Boro Park, Brooklyn, NY (1996), Clifton, NJ (1996), Ridgewood, Queens, NY (2001), Linden, NJ (2003), Copiague, NY (2004), McGuinness Blvd., Brooklyn, NY (2005), Maspeth, Queens, NY (2008), Staten Island, NY (2012). On February 25, 2007, PSFCU ventured into Pennsylvania, where it deployed an ATM for Polish pilgrims at American Czestochowa in Doylestown. In 2010, PSFCU started its expansion into Illinois into the areas surrounding Chicago, with branches in Norridge and Mr. Prospect, and soon after added another branches in Bridgeview (2011) and in Schaumburg (2015). In addition to our branches, our Credit Union also has a modern Operations Center located in Fairfield, NJ, allowing us to serve over 90 thousand members. With over 1.8 billion dollars in assets, PSFCU is currently the largest ethnic credit union in the United States.


Hours of Operation

Eastern Time
  • Sunday Closed
  • Monday 9:00am - 8:00pm
  • Tuesday 9:00am - 8:00pm
  • Wednesday 9:00am - 8:00pm
  • Thursday 9:00am - 8:00pm
  • Friday 9:00am - 8:00pm
  • Saturday 9:00am - 3:00pm

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