Teachers Federal Credit Union and SWBC Investment Services -- Working Together as a Team

Teachers Federal Credit Union and SWBC are working together to bring you more investment choices through Teachers Investment Center.  Teachers Federal Credit Union is committed to helping our members improve their long-term financial success. That’s why we formed a partnership with SWBC Investment Services, LLC to offer our members access to a full range of investment and insurance services.  With today’s economic challenges and diverse investment choices, you need a trusted team to turn to who can simplify the investment process and can help you work toward realizing your dreams.  

Need guidance? Let an experienced Financial Professional assist you in determining your short or long term investment needs. They can also help you in managing your current investments and explore new options.  Isn’t it time you called?  Your local branch office representative is available to guide you through a wide range of investment choices. For more information or to schedule your FREE, no-obligation review, just call 915.926.2258 and next time you visit a branch ask to make an appointment with Salvador Chavez, Financial Advisor with Teachers Investment Center.  You may also contact Salvador by email at schavez@swbc.com.

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