Which credit union leads the nation in members per branch?

 
 

Credit unions serve, on average, 4,660 members per branch as of March 2013, up 2.9% from the previous quarter and up 5.5% from a year prior. Membership has risen by 2.1% while the number of branches has fallen by 2.4% nationally over the past year.

United Nations ($3.8B, Long Island City, NY) led the nation in members per branch for all credit unions with at least 2 branches in the first quarter of 2013. United Nations had a total of 99,769 members with 2 branches in operations, each serving an average of 49,855 members. Pentagon ($15.9B, Alexandria, VA) came in second with 44,844 members per branch.

LEADERS IN MEMBERS PER BRANCH
Data as of March 30, 2013 For Credit Unions with at Least 2 Branches
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  Credit Union State Members per Branch Members Branches Assets
1 United Nations NY 49,885 99,769 2 $3,836,089,132
2 Pentagon VA 44,844 1,210,788 27 $15,944,088,689
3 School Employees Credit Union of Washington WA 40,776 81,552 2 $952,653,858
4 Northwest VA 32,292 129,169 4 $2,496,361,939
5 Pennsylvania State Employees PA 26,769 401,539 15 $4,151,528,268
6 F & A CA 22,078 44,156 2 $1,266,577,332
7 Georgia’s Own GA 21,674 173,392 8 $1,798,759,989
8 Police And Fire PA 21,083 210,834 10 $4,143,581,256
9 USC CA 20,604 61,813 3 $373,646,087
10 Digital MA 20,440 388,363 19 $4,922,546,914


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

 
 

Aug. 5, 2013


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