Hawaiian Financial Federal Credit Union (HIFICU) has been providing financial products and services to its members for over 80 years. HIFICU formed in 1936 as Mutelco Oahu Employees Federal Credit union to serve the needs of phone company employees. As the phone company name changed, so too did the Credit Union's name, eventually becoming Hawaiian Tel Employees Federal Credit union. In 1999, the Board of Directors approved to change the Credit Union's charter so as to allow everyone who lives, works, worships or goes to school on Oahu (and their immediate families) to become members. Today, HIFICU is the largest community-based Credit Union.
Please bring a valid Hawaii driver's license when you come in to any HIFICU branch to verify your identity. Other
acceptable forms of identification are United States passports, Military identification or United States identification,
provided all are current and unexpired.
Beginning on Monday, February 5, 2018, you will be able to enjoy all of HIFICU's member benefits. This will allow you to conduct your transactions at our office and to use our Home Branching (internet banking), MyMobile
(mobile & banking) and all of the other HIFICU services.
Hawaiian Federal FCU is a charter member of Hawaii's local Shared Branching Network.
Hawaii has 62 shared member branches and over 5,000 branches nationwide. International branches are available in Belgium, Germany, Guam, Italy, Netherlands, Puerto Rico, Japan and United Kingdom. Visit hicuso.com for satellite locations, available transactions and procedures.
Existing HALFCU loans will continue to function normally and your HALFCU loan rate and monthly payments will not change as we transition your loans to our system. If you currently have automatic payments for your loans, your payment date and payment amount will remain the same. However, please verify that your automatic payments are still being processed. For line of credit members, you should have received a letter explaining the changes. Please call us at 835-3344 if you have any questions.
Yes, your accounts will remain safe and sound just as they always have been. Your deposits are federally insured through the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF), a U.S. Government Agency, up to $250,000. For members with balances in excess of $250,000, several options are available for additional share insurance coverage that we can assist you with. Please contact us for more details.