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Andrew Bolton

Andrew Bolton is an industry analyst for Callahan & Associates. Andrew conducts analysis on a variety of trends within the credit union industry, with a focus in auto lending and corporate credit unions. He also completes state-level analysis for various state leagues. Originally from Timonium, MD, Andrew earned a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Marietta College in Marietta, OH. He enjoys reading The Economist and playing tennis in his free time.

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Credit Union Mortgage Activity Insights

Credit union mortgage market share increased over the past few years as refinancings rose during the low-rate environment.

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By Andrew Bolton
April 7, 2014
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3 Metrics Maine Credit Unions Can Brag About Exclusive Content

Growth in capital, assets, and deposits helped credit unions in the Pine Tree State best industry averages in 2013.

By Andrew Bolton
April 3, 2014
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Ohio Credit Unions Lent $7.6 Billion In 2013 Exclusive Content

Originations at financial cooperatives in the Buckeye State increased 6.7% in 2013, one of many trends that exceeded industry averages.

By Andrew Bolton
March 27, 2014
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Kansas Credit Unions’ Performance In 2013 Sets The Stage For 2014 Exclusive Content

Lending, originations, revenue, and membership all show how the state’s financial cooperatives have positioned themselves for success this year.

By Andrew Bolton
March 26, 2014
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Productivity Trends

A quick look at the latest trends in productivity at credit unions.

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By Andrew Bolton
March 17, 2014
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