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Welcome

You've landed on the future website of Broadview Federal Credit Union.

About Broadview

Two leading credit unions in New York State, SEFCU and CAP COM, merged on August 1, 2022. Broadview Federal Credit Union, the combined financial service provider, serves nearly 500,000 members.

If you already bank with us, integrating our systems will be a gradual process. Select the SEFCU or CAP COM link at the top of your screen for online services and bank at any branch.

As a financial cooperative with $8 billion in assets, we have the resources to make a difference. Because we're not-for-profit, we can invest more in every account holder, employee, and our community.

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Keep Banking as Usual

While we integrate our systems over the next several months, continue banking online, at your favorite branch, or with the mobile app. Use your debit and credit cards, make deposits and withdrawals, submit loan payments, and write checks.

As always, our teams are here for you!

Bank at Any Branch

Members can perform the everyday transactions at any SEFCU or CAP COM branch, divisions of Broadview Federal Credit Union. To see full financial services, head over to the SEFCU or CAP COM website.

Make Deposits

Withdraw Money

Account Inquiries

Transaction History

Transfers

Loan Payments

Loan Advances

Money Orders

Locations

Use the locator search on the SEFCU or CAP COM website to find a branch or surcharge-free ATM near you.

61

Branches in N.Y.

27

Video Tellers

85,000

ATMs Worldwide

Meet the Board and Leadership

Michael J. Castellana

Chief Executive Officer

Christopher McKenna

President

  • Patrick Kelly, Chair
  • Vincent Colonno, Vice Chair
  • Leonard Smith, Jr., Secretary
  • Timothy Jennings, Treasurer
  • Mark Marchand
  • Chip Lawrence
  • Marty Finn
  • John Ericson
  • Elizabeth King
  • Bill Fitzpatrick
  • Peter Komarinski
  • Ronald Rock
  • Sheri Scavone
  • Mary Warr-Cowans
  • Philip Fields
  • Paul St. John, Emeritus
  • Kenneth Hahn, Emeritus
  • Ed Gilligan, Emeritus
  • Harold Horning, Emeritus
  • Portia Lee, Associate
  • Brenda Robinson, Associate

  • Philip Fields, Chair
  • Robert Davis, Vice Chair
  • Paul St. John, Secretary
  • Amy Barber
  • Lou Anne Bigaouette

Careers

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Grow with Us

People who love what they do create top companies.

Broadview offers generous benefits, lots of paid time-off, great colleagues, and meaningful work. Join a growing company that values your talents, nurtures your skills, and rewards your success!

Questions & Answers

Credit unions are built on the concept of bringing people together for each other – and this difference is our strength. More members and deposits enable us to provide more loans at great rates. Interest generated by those loans allows us to offer affordable services and banking technologies members want. By uniting two leading credit unions, we can do more for you!

Our new name is Broadview Federal Credit Union. As we introduce the Broadview FCU name, you'll start seeing it on some of our printed materials and online channels.

Throughout the integration process, you will see 'Division of Broadview' being used online, in branches and on various printed CAP COM and SEFCU communications. We look forward to bringing the Broadview brand to life, uniting the best services from both credit unions – with the best employees around – to care for your financial needs.

You can continue using your member and account numbers and keep banking as usual. If any changes are needed in the future, rest assured that we will keep you informed well in advance and support you every step of the way.

You will experience no immediate changes in the services you use. Continue using your debit and credit cards, making deposits, submitting loan payments, and writing checks. Keep banking online or at your favorite branch, plus enjoy expanded access to perform basic transactions at any location. Integrating the two credit unions will be a gradual process over many months. Any account-related changes, including added benefits, will be gradual with lots of communication and support from our teams.