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CREDIT UNIONS @ SEPTEMBER 30, 2012
At the end of the third quarter of 2012, the nation's 7,031 credit unions held slightly more than $1 trillion in assets, up 6.5% from one year ago. They held almost $600 billion in loans backed with nearly $115 billion in capital. Here are other notable third quarter trends:
For more on the industry's performance, use these resources:
Credit unions originated $244B in loans in the first nine months of 2012. This marks the highest first nine months of loan originations in the industry’s history. Read more about loans, shares, investments, ROA, productivity, and more.
How is the credit union industry faring compared to this period last year? Find out from this industry snapshot.
Jay Johnson, EVP of Callahan & Associates, shares the top 3 takeaways from 3Q12 credit union performance data.
Learn about 3Q 2012 credit union performance and general economic trends during Callahan’s quarterly Trendwatch call.
Watch the 3Q 2012 Trendwatch Call in its entirety. Available now On-Demand.
Download the 3Q 2012 Trendwatch slides.
Credit unions are improving asset quality acros the board with all off the Sand States posting double- or triple- digit gains.
September data shows credit unions are relying on non-interest income to boost the overall health of their bottom line.
Advantis Credit Union uses a combination of the traditional and the innovative to post double-digit loan growth in the third quarter.
Credit unions are increasing alternative sources of income and turning in an outstanding performance in the third quarter in face of historically low interest rates.
Growth in mortgages and consumer loans herald record 2012.
Initial third quarter data shows credit unions are not only adding members but also improving member relationships.
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