Windsor Federal customers can be confident that they are banking with a top-rated, sound institution.
Examples of Deposit Products which are insured by the FDIC:
Since 1936, Windsor Federal is a community-based and focused mutual institution. Our customers are our owners; we are not traded publicly and don't have stockholders to satisfy. Our longevity and success are a result of being able to focus on the long-term needs of our communites - not the concerns of stockholders. We file quarterly financial reports with regulators and maintain a strong capital position.
Windsor Federal is an FDIC-insured bank. What does this mean? As an FDIC-insured bank, deposits are automatically insured up to at least $250,000 per depositor, per FDIC-insured bank, per ownership category.
Examples of FDIC Ownership Categories:
- Checking Accounts
- Savings Accounts
- Money Market Deposit Accounts
- Certificates of Deposit (CDs)
- Single Accounts
- Joint Accounts
- Certain Retirement Accounts
- Trust Accounts
- Business Accounts
- Employee Benefit Plan Accounts
The amount of FDIC insurance coverage you may be entitled to depends on the FDIC ownership category. This generally means the manner in which you hold your funds at the bank.
We are here to help you assess, understand, and structure your deposit accounts to ensure FDIC coverage.
The FDIC’s website provides further information on insurance rules, limits, coverage of specific deposit accounts, and tools to calculate coverage on your funds:FDIC Deposit Insurance Resources
Windsor Federal values its partnerships with its customers and communities, and strives to help them achieve their financial goals. Our dedicated team members are here to talk about your specific needs, now and in the future.