How does YTD operating expense per member differ by peer groups?

 
 

YTD operating expense per member is one of the productivity metrics that tells how much expense was incurred to retain and serve a member at credit unions. In the first half of 2013, YTD operating expense per member stood at $169, up from $164 in the previous year. All asset-based peers posted an annual increase in YTD operating expense per member in June 2013.

Credit unions between $500 million and $1 billion in assets led all asset-based peer groups in YTD operating expense per member in the first six months of 2013, with each credit union incurring $184 to serve a member on average. Bigger credit unions tended to spend more on serving members, but the largest credit unions with asset size over $1 billion posted a lower ratio partly due to much larger number of members and economies of scale. 

LEADERS IN YTD OPERATING EXPENSE PER MEMBER
Data as of June 30, 2013 For All Credit Unions 
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  Peer Group YTD Operating Exp. Per Member as of June 2013 YTD Operating Exp. Per Member as of June 2012 Total Members as of June 2013
1 Credit Unions $500M-$1B $184 $182 13,984,905
2 Credit Unions $250M-$500M $177 $175 12,321,130
3 Credit Unions Over $1B $176 $171 41,567,543
4 Credit Unions $100M-$250M $169 $163 12,091,986
5 Credit Unions $50M-$100M $152 $149 6,741,686
6 Credit Unions $20M-$50M $133 $131 5,477,509
7 Credit Unions Under $20M $102 $100 4,168,236


Generated by Callahan & Associates' Peer-to-Peer Analytics

 
 

Sept. 23, 2013


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