The National Institutes of Health Federal Credit Union has entered into a significant, new platinum partnership with the Virginia Biotechnology Association (Virginia Bio).
NIHFCU is committed to providing biomedical professionals in the Mid-Atlantic region with affordable loans and banking solutions that save members time and money. NIHFCU's affiliation with Virginia Bio is an integral part of the credit union’s expanding presence in Virginia.
NIHFCU has developed a range of products designed to specifically meet the demands of the healthcare and biomedical industry. These include unique educational refinancing programs, free use of any ATM in the world, a toll-free national call center, enhanced mobile banking services with smartphone apps, free online money management tools, and more.
NIHFCU also is an approved Small Business Administration Lender for business start-ups and expansions.
“We are proud to be a platinum partner of Virginia Bio and support the important work this esteemed organization is doing on behalf of the entire biotechnology community in the state of Virginia,” says Juli Anne Callis, president/CEO of NIHFCU. “Aligning NIHFCU with highly influential professional organizations such as Virginia Bio is an important part of our overall outreach goals that enables us to efficiently expand awareness of our products and services among the dedicated men and women working in the biomedical field.”
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