At Liberty Bay we recognize that our success depends on the contributions of our employees. In return Liberty Bay invests in your total well-being, which includes physical, personal and financial wellness through an extremely competitive benefits package.
Values That Drive Us
Uncommon Courtesy is predicated on the impact of how Liberty Bay goes the extra mile to help our members succeed. From offering financial education to using technology to make banking more convenient, to taking the time to know them by name, we believe in putting members first and creating exceptional experiences.
In every decision we make we ask ourselves: "Is it the right thing for our members?" In our actions, we aim to build better banking relationships, to make personal loans more personal, and home mortgages more manageable.
To be uncommonly courteous is to recognize that the little things are a big deal. To know the impact a friendly “hello” or a helping hand can have on a person’s life. Uncommon Courtesy means treating others as you would like to be treated. It’s a simple idea, and it’s at the heart of how we do business.
As a not-for-profit, member-owned credit union, we are passionate about providing products, services and experiences that inspire financial freedom. It’s a passion that’s ignited by our Executive Team and Board of Directors.
Founded in 1917, Liberty Bay has long been committed to the credit union philosophy of “people helping people.” By giving our members the knowledge, resources, and products to meet long-term goals as well as day-to-day needs, our credit union, and community, become stronger.
Liberty Bay Credit Union is committed to the communities we serve, and we are proud of our Community Matters team’s mission to encourage giving, inspire volunteerism, and to provide the tools for our employees to come together for a cause.
Your resource for tips, insights, and guides from our experts to empower your life with informed financial decisions.
We have all had to make changes to our normal routines as a result of COVID-19. For many people, one major change was transitioning to online banking. It has become very clear that the ability to manage finances anywhere, anytime is crucial in today’s world – and not just because of the pandemic.
All of us, from the largest financial institutions to complete banking beginners, are adjusting to the long-term impacts of COVID-19. This includes learning and reassessing the best ways to manage money in both the short and long term. That makes right now a great time to improve your financial literacy!