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Our theme for 2014 was innovation — reflecting all that we accomplished during the year. Take a moment and read through what our leadership has to say on this topic.
Tech CU Annual Report (PDF)
Have you ever wondered about our logo — what it is and how it was chosen? Some popular guesses are that it’s a gear or a pinwheel. But actually, it’s neither. It’s even received a couple of facelifts during our 50+ years in Silicon Valley. So, what is it?
We were founded in 1960 by a group of employees from Fairchild Camera and Instrument Corp (today’s Fairchild Semiconductor). Our logo represents the most important part of a camera — the aperture.
An aperture is the opening that controls the amount of light that passes through a lens. It’s what brings about the clarity and sharpness of a photograph — enabling a photographer to achieve the best possible results.
Our founders chose this to symbolize their hopes and vision for a new credit union. Perhaps their idea was to see things in a whole new way.
What we do know is that — especially with the help of a great partner — you can build a strong financial future. Just as the aperture adjusts to changing light to achieve the best possible results, if you’re open to possibilities and guidance, we’ll help you pursue your vision of financial success.
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We have a 5-star rating from Bauer Financial, the nation’s largest independent rating service for financial institutions.
54 years ago, forward-thinking high-tech employees at Fairchild Semiconductor knew there was a better way to bank.
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