July 1, 2012


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  • No mortage data
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  • Lending activity is off to a slow start in 2002, with outstanding loans rising 1.0% through the first three months of the year to $275.1 billion for the $50 million credit unions. Two lending categories, first mortgages and used autos, are responsible for the growth, rising 4.2% and 2.2%, respectively, in the first quarter
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  • Across all peer groups, salary surveys report that credit union CEOs are paid much less cash compensation than Bank CEOs. For example, according to numbers reported in Credit Union Magazine, the CEO of a $100 million credit union might earn only 39% compared to a Bank CEO; for credit unions over $1 billion in assets the number is 57%.
    Anonymous