Altier Credit Union is a member-owned, not-for-profit cooperative financial institution formed to permit members to pool their savings, lend them to one another, and own the organization where they save, borrow, and obtain related financial services. Members are united by a common bond and democratically operate the credit union under state regulations. Each member is an equal owner of the credit union, and as such, has an equal vote to elect a Board of Directors.
Our objectives as a credit union are:
To protect, preserve, and safeguard the assets of the member-owners. To offer financial service(s) of high quality at fair rates. To educate members in sensible money management to improve their financial condition. To promote the credit union philosophy.
The Altier Credit Union Board of Directors consists of seven directors, each serving three year terms. The Board of Directors set the overall policies for the credit union and is responsible for the general direction and control of the credit union. It is the responsibility of management to implement policies and manage credit union operations.
The Board of Directors appoints a Supervisory Committee to ensure that credit union policies are adhered to and that financial records are accurate. The Supervisory Committee retains internal and external auditors to review the operations and systems of internal control of the credit union.
The Altier Credit Union is a state-chartered credit union, governed by the State of Arizona, under guidelines established by the Arizona Department of Financial Institutions. – less–ZoomInfo