"To lead the cooperative movement in providing quality financial and social services."
"The Industry's ultimate credit cooperative."
On December 5, 1958, Articles of Incorporation, By-Laws and other documents necessary for registration earlier filed by fifteen (15) incorporators with the Cooperative Administration Office was formally approved with the name of FREE TELEPHONE WORKERS COOPERATIVE CREDIT UNION (FTWCCU). Since the members were still trying to build-up capital for its operation, circumstances necessitated a change of its name from FTWCCU to the PLDT Employees Cooperative Credit Association (PECCA) to be more responsive in its service to the employees. Then the President of the Phillipines, inked on April 14, 1973, P.D. 175, strengthening the cooperative movement. A massive Education Program for the cooperative was launched. PECCA being then one of the ten (10) largest cooperatives designed a program wherein all PECCA members undertook an Education Seminar. The year 1975 was the start of our stupendous growth in capitalization, membership and benefits. It was also the year the general assembly approved the change of our cooperative name from PECCA to PLDT EMPLOYEES CREDIT COOPERATIVE, INC. (PECCI) to conform with LOI No. 23 and to have flexibility in its operations for maximization of the benefits to be given to the general membership. Since 1977 to the present, we are pleased to state that PECCI is the number one (1) primary cooperative in the Philippine in terms of Assets and is also involved personally and logistically in the cooperative movement in the secondary and tertiary level. Related Topics...About Us