March 3, 2015
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Navy Federal Credit Union

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23 branches throughout Florida

#26 Large Company

For Navy Federal, 2014 marks the sixth consecutive win in Florida Trend's Best Companies To Work For employer recognition program. The credit union is proud to recognize its most valuable resource — our employees. Throughout the organization, employees faithfully uphold our guiding principles of service, commitment and integrity.

Navy Federal is currently expanding its operations in Florida and adding 1,500 new jobs. We have already begun hiring and are excited for new team members to join the Navy Federal family.

Headquartered in Vienna, VA, Navy Federal has a workforce of more than 12,000 employees worldwide, with 3,500 of those employees located in Florida.

With more than five million members and $58 billion in assets, Navy Federal is the world's largest credit union and is committed to service excellence.

Navy Federal remains a solid and growing organization that continues to meet the needs of our members. We proudly serve all Department of Defense and Coast Guard active duty, civilian and contractor personnel and their families. With almost 250 branches worldwide, access to 50,000 free ATMs, as well as free online and mobile banking1, Navy Federal offers a full range of financial products and services. Visit navyfederal.org for more information.

Federally insured by NCUA.

1Message and data rates may apply. Visit navyfederal.org for more information.

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