August 23, 2014

Finance & Professional Services

Navy Federal Credit Union

| 9/27/2013
Finance and professional services

Navy Federal Credit Union provides comprehensive financial services to members of the U.S. Navy, Army, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard; Department of Defense contractors; and their families. To better serve its growing membership, NFCU is investing $200 million to construct two new buildings on 240 acres adjacent to its Pensacola headquarters and add 1,500 employees to an existing staff of more than 3,000.

“The workforce here is tremendous ... great work ethic, talented, well-educated. It’s the main reason we’re growing. When we came here in 2003, we never thought we’d get beyond 300 people or one building, yet here we are today. The Greater Pensacola area continues to provide what we need and to impress us with the high caliber of talent available to serve our needs.”

— Debbie Calder
Senior Vice President
Greater Pensacola Operations
Navy Federal Credit Union


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