About Missouri Central Credit Union

About Missouri Central Credit Union 

Missouri Central Credit Union was organized December 28, 1931 as Missouri State Credit Union.  The name was changed to Missouri Central Credit Union at a meeting of the membership on November 18, 1960.  The credit union moved to Lee’s Summit in September, 1994 and quickly became involved in the thriving Lee’s Summit community. 
Missouri Central Credit Union is a not for profit financial cooperative owned by its members and is democratically controlled by a Board of Directors elected by the members of the credit union at the annual membership meeting.

Missouri Central is Different

When Missouri Central Credit Union thrives, our member/owners share the profits. That's because, after operating expenses are paid, and adequate capital to ensure safety is set aside, profits are returned to the members of the credit union in the form of attractive savings and loan rates additional or improved products, and in recent years, the board of directors has approved the payout of a Member Bonus Dividend.   The more our member/owners use Missouri Central’s loans and deposit accounts, the more they can get back as a Member Bonus Dividend.

Member deposits are insured by the NCUA to at least $250,000.

Mission Statement to Our Member/Owners

We strive to be the one, thriving financial institution that always welcomes the opportunity to meet your needs.  Together We Thrive.