“Our people are responsible for our performance. Just bank with us and you’ll find out what makes Volunteer Federal a quality and caring financial institution.” – Bob Dalton, President
Volunteer Federal Savings Bank is a mutual institution with a state charter which employs strategies that differ greatly from publically traded financial institutions. We are not driven by returns on investment or meeting market and stockholder expectations.
Rather, we are driven by servicing our community’s financing needs while ensuring and maintaining growth, asset quality, and liquidity. This had been successfully accomplished by adhering to conservative management practices that target steady and controlled growth over the years.
This explains why Volunteer Federal continues to be profitable through difficult economic conditions. In fact, throughout our history, Volunteer Federal has never recorded a loss because its strategy is based on flexibility and long term outcomes.
This strategy has enabled Volunteer Federal to endure several crises, including the savings and loan crisis in the 1980’s.
“The success of this institution has been driven by a conservative and involved board of directors and a very diligent and enthusiastic group of service providers. The performance of Volunteer Federal begins with these two ingredients.” – Larry Hicks, Chairman
Volunteer Federal Snapshot
- Established on January 1, 1973
- FDIC insured since March 15, 1974 (Certificate #31694)
- Federal Reserve ID # 170275
- Regulated by the Tennessee Department of Financial Institutions (TDFI) and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
- Ownership: Non-stock Mutual
- Bauer Financial Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Our Mission Statement
“Volunteer Federal Savings Bank will, both prudently and professionally, utilize its resources to fulfill the financial product needs and customer service expectations of individuals, families, businesses and communities located in the Monroe County area of Tennessee.”