April 25, 2017 – Broomall, PA – Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union (FMFCU), headquartered in Broomall, Pennsylvania, announced the surpassing of one billion dollars in total assets as of March 31, 2017.
Beginning in 1970 as a credit union serving one partner organization, The Franklin Mint, FMFCU currently serves over 80,000 members in the greater Philadelphia region and 2,000 partnering organizations.
“Achieving one billion dollars in total assets is an important milestone in our proud history,” said President and CEO John D. Unangst. “It reaffirms our dedicated program of growth and diversification that has resulted in strategic increases in assets, membership, products, services, and branch network over time.”
FMFCU presently ranks tenth in asset size among Pennsylvania credit unions and remains the largest financial institution headquartered in Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
“Our commitment to offer market-leading products and services, coupled with award-winning member service, are major factors in our growth,” explained Unangst. “Despite ebbs and flows of the economy and financial industry over four decades, FMFCU has never wavered from its singular focus of helping individuals, families, and businesses achieve their financial goals.”
Dorothy Moskovitz says
I received a note today that says something to the effect that the FMFCU has over 4000.00 of my money and this company will get this money if I pay them 15% of the amount. Please advise. I suspect this is a scam.
Hi Dorothy. It surely sounds like a scam. If you still are unsure, please call our Member Service Center at 610-325-5100 and someone can help verify it. Have a great day!