How productive were credit unions in originating loans?

 
 

Credit unions across the board increased productivity per employee through the first nine months of 2012. As of September 30, credit unions in the United States originated $995,031 of loans year-to-date per employee. Credit unions increased productivity per employee by 25.8% from the third quarter last year.

Credit unions over $1 billion originated the greatest amount of loans per employee, with $1,489,423 in loans originated per employee, but credit unions $250M-$500M posted the largest increase in productivity, increasing loan originations per employee by 28.3%. Almost every asset based peer group posted double digit increases.

LOANS ORIGINATED PER EMPLOYEE PER ASSET GROUP
DATA AS OF SEPTEMBER 30, 2012
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01-08-2013

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