BROOKLYN, N.Y. - Polish and Slavic Federal Credit Union has profited by serving a group many banks consider untouchable - Eastern European immigrants.

The credit union was a single teller station when it was organized in 1977 by a handful of Polish immigrants. Now, with $360 million in assets, three branches, and 37,000 members, it's the largest Polish-American financial institution in the country.

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