Who is OMEGA FCU?
Although we may offer many of the same services as other financial institutions, OMEGA Federal Credit Union is structured very differently. We are a not-for-profit financial cooperative owned by our members. Surplus earnings are returned to our members in the form of higher savings rates, lower loan rates and low or no fee products and services.
OMEGA FCU is led by a volunteer Board of Directors elected by the membership. The Board of Directors establishes the policies of OMEGA FCU and advises on our day to day operations. OMEGA FCU follows conservative investment practices and we lend responsibly.
OMEGA Federal Credit Union was founded in 1940 and was formerly known as Bell International Federal Credit Union serving only Bell Telephone and AT&T employees. However, we now serve the Pittsburgh Community * and the employees our 300+ business partner groups that vary in size and industry. Our goal is to provide our members with excellent member service and affordable and convenient products that will improve their financial well-being. We invite everyone eligible to join OMEGA FCU and “Experience the Difference” of membership and the Member Service Pledge that we stand by.
Member Service Pledge
“Members are the purpose of our work. They are not interruptions to it. The same is true of co-workers seeking assistance from us in serving our membership. We are all part of the same team, working for the same goals.
We take personal responsibility to ensure that all members, potential members and co-workers receive a timely, efficient and courteous response to their needs.
We take pride in our work and pledge to do what we believe is right and fix things that go wrong.”
*Membership is open to area residents who live, work, worship, or go to school in the city of Pittsburgh and the region of Allegheny County North of I-376 that is described in greater detail below:
Starting at the northeastern most part of Allegheny County where it meets the Allegheny River, proceed south along the Allegheny County/Westmoreland County line to Interstate 76. Proceed northwest on Interstate 76 to Interstate 376. Proceed west on Interstate 376 to the city of Pittsburgh. In the city of Pittsburgh, proceed to the point where the western most portion of the city meets the Interstate 376. Proceed northwest on Interstate 376 to Airport Parkway. Proceed northwest on Airport Parkway to Beaver Valley Expressway. Proceed northwest on Beaver Valley Expressway to Interstate 376. Proceed northwest on Interstate 376 to the Allegheny County/Beaver County line. Proceed northeast along the Allegheny County/Beaver County line to the Allegheny County/Butler county line. Proceed east along the Allegheny County/Butler County line to the Allegheny County/Westmoreland County line at the Allegheny River, the starting point.