About Diamond Valley FCU
Membership in Diamond Valley Federal Credit Union is open to anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in Vanderburgh County or is an immediate family member of someone who does. Learn more
Since we became chartered in 1961, Diamond Valley FCU has grown and will continue to grow by providing our members low cost services and products that Exceed Expectations. Our mission is to demonstrate our philosophy of OUR FOCUS IS YOUR FUTURE, we will strive to be our members' Trusted Financial Partner. This philosophy allows us to offer a safe, secure, team based environment for our members and staff that will enhance our growth as a community leader.
Diamond Valley Federal Credit Union is a full-service financial institution. Here are some of the reasons why doing business with Diamond Valley Federal Credit Union is a smarter, more valuable choice!
Our Members Own Diamond Valley Federal Credit Union
Diamond Valley is a financial cooperative owned and operated by its members. As a member of Diamond Valley, you are also an owner!
No Outside Stockholders
Diamond Valley exists to provide the best possible services to members - not to churn profit for shareholders by charging high fees. The only shareholders at the credit union are the members themselves!
Better Rates, Better Service, Lower Fees
Diamond Valley returns all profit back to the members (after reserves and expenses) in the form of better rates, lower and fewer fees, and improved services.
Volunteer Board of Directors
Diamond Valley is governed through a volunteer Board of Directors. These volunteers are members of Diamond Valley Federal Credit Union and are democratically elected by the credit union membership to represent you, the credit union member.
Credit Unions are Not-For-Profit
Diamond Valley Federal Credit Union returns all profits to members. Therefore, we are tax-exempt. We pass that savings back to the membership in the form of lower loan rates, higher savings rates, and better overall service.
Deposits Insured by the NCUA
Federal credit union deposits are insured up to $250,000 by the NCUA (National Credit Union Administration), an independent agency of the federal government.