Georgia is home to more than The Masters. It is also
home to some of the leading credit unions in the U.S.
Three of America's Top 100 credit unions are based in
the Peach State, including two of the country's 56 billion
dollar credit unions.
Delta Employees (17th largest in the U.S.), Atlanta
Postal (#41) and Georgia Telco (#72) are among the largest
credit unions in the country, but size isn't the only
measure of success. Georgia Telco (#41), Atlanta Postal
(#48), Georgia (#54), Robins (#74), and Associated (#87)
all place in the top 100 in Capital/Assets among credit
unions with assets over $250 million, while Georgia
Telco (#2), Delta Employees (#29) and Georgia (#42)
place in the top 50 in ROA within the same asset group.
Atlanta Postal also places forty-second in average share
balance among large credit unions.
On a statewide basis, Georgia's 217 credit unions are
combining to post impressive results as well. Statewide
assets of $9.9 billion rank 15th in the U.S., and ROA
of 1.19% was the third highest in the U.S. in 2001.
In addition, the state placed in the top 20 in asset,
share and member growth last year. Performance like
this puts Georgia near the top of the credit union leaderboard!