Nov. 14, 2011


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  • Georgia has a very strong credit union

    and has not had a loss in many years.

    Check out Georgia United Credit Union

    on the NCUA data.
    Anonymous
     
     
     
  • I wish the article would have mentioned profitability. I looked up the #1 credit union from this list on the NCUA website. According the NCUA data, this #1 ranked credit union in Maryland lost 25% of its undivided earnings within that same 12 month period.
    Credit Union Member
     
     
     
  • It's wonderful we are seeing growth but the figures do not give reason for such a build-up as indicated in this prose. Yes, 6916 increase in membership is wonderful but when you consider the membership base-potential being 1.6 million of a like minded group that's not as good as it could have been - especially when I see Central Idaho CU with a growth of 96,000+ members and 930.8+ Millions in deposits over the same period of time. And the population of the entire state of Idaho is also approx. 1.6 million peoples.

    Since its inception I think I've received one direct invitation (US Postal or E-Mail) from our Realtor CU to become a member.

    Daniel Kennedy

    retired VP/GM marketing and advertising newspaper profession

    Past President Tribune (newspaper) CU Tacoma, WA

    206-501-5639

    Now, Proud to be a Realtor
    Daniel Kennedy
     
     
     
  • I am a former NAR member and would like to know if I can open an account through your credit union? I have had my money that was due me from family and from other investments stolen and need to keep my new account safe.
    Rose Ann Sinclair
     
     
     
  • This is an unprecedented opportunity for the Credit Union Movement to grow. I would be curious to see membership grow with members under 35 years old and how that compares to the entire financial services industry. And also what estimated attrition rates are too. Good article.
    E.J. Donaghey