Atlantic Federal Credit Union has been in business since 1941 and has continued to grow year after year.
We are committed to improving our members' financial quality of
Members, Not Customers
You are important to us. As a nonprofit institution, we exist solely for your success. Instead of pocketing profits, we use them to secure better rates and other
We’re happy to help people and businesses succeed financially, but that’s not all we do. We also play an active role in the communities we serve. Because we believe money isn’t the end, but the means to live a rewarding life. And if we really want to help you do better, we have to do more. That’s why we donate our money and our time to numerous worthy causes.
A Member-Owned Financial Cooperative
Atlantic is a financial cooperative owned and operated by its members, distinguishing credit unions from other financial institutions. Members deposit money into savings. That money is lent to other members. After operating expenses and reserve requirements are met, loan income is returned to members in the form of dividends and comprehensive financial services.
The volunteers that serve on the Board of Directors are elected by the entire membership and are credit union members themselves. The Board establishes and reviews credit union policy. They serve without pay. Every member has one vote, regardless of how much he or she has on deposit.
Atlantic is a $300 million dollar financial institution, committed to providing all our members high quality, fairly priced financial products
Atlantic is a federally chartered credit union organized and operated under strict regulatory laws that are monitored and enforced by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), an agency of the U.S. Government.
Join Us Today
If you're not already an Atlantic member, and you're eligible for membership, we'd like to invite you to be a part of the member-focused Atlantic Mission!
77th Annual Meeting
Atlantic's 77th Annual Meeting is right around the corner! We invite you to join us on March 11th, 2018. Guest speaker, Will N. Lund, Esq., Superintendent of Maine Bureau of Consumer Credit Protection, will join us to provide tips to help protect yourself against fraud.
12:30 PM Lunch: Lunch is $5 to benefit Campaign for Ending Hunger. Lunch reservations must be made in advance by February 28th, 2018. You can make your reservation here.
1:15 PM Annual Meeting: No charge to attend.