About IMCU

In 1956, a group of employees at the Indiana University Medical Center, saw a need to make low-cost credit available to the employees through a national cooperative system. They believed a credit union would be an excellent solution.

As a credit union, Indiana Members is a not-for-profit financial institution owned and operated by its members. You have a voice and a vote as a credit union member. Credit union profits are returned to our members in the form of better rates and services. In comparison, a bank’s profits are paid out to their stockholders.

What does “Keeping It Simple” mean?
Everyone has to do it, and everyone has lots of other things they would rather be doing instead of banking. For this reason, Indiana Members Credit Union is committed to keeping it simple for you. Consequently, we have chosen “Keeping It Simple” as part of our credit union logo. We know that you want your banking to be simple and convenient, and you want to be treated special at a place that is comfortable and secure. Great products and services just aren’t enough to entice you to change financial institutions. However, excellent service and keeping your financial tasks simple are, our promise to you, as a member of Indiana Members Credit Union, is to keep your banking simple.

If your employer does not currently offer Indiana Members Credit Union as a benefit, please contact our Business Development Department at 317-554-8165.

Is Your Money Safe At Indiana Members Credit Union? YES!
Your savings federally insured to at least $250,000 and backed by the full faith and credit of the United States Government National Credit Union Administration, a U.S. Government Agency.

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