How has the total year-to-date loan originations per employee changed over time?

 
 

As of June 2013, employees at credit unions each originated $702,151 in total loans on average, an annual increase of 9.0%. The growth in total loan originations at credit unions outpaced the 3.1% growth in the number of full time employees, which pushed up the year-to-date loan originations per employee rate. Credit unions originated a record amount of loans in the first half of 2013, building upon the previous record high set in the previous June. Total loan originations at credit unions nationwide reached $176.6 billion through June 30, up 12.4% over the first six months of 2012. First mortgage originations saw 17.9% increase over the past year while consumer loan originations increased 8.3%.   

YTD LOAN ORIGINATIONS PER FTE OVER TIME
 Data as of June 30, 2013 for All Credit Unions in the U.S. 
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11-07-2013

Source: Callahan & Associates’ Peer-to-Peer Analytics
Callahan & Associates’
2014 Directory

 
 

Nov. 7, 2013


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