Which credit unions lead the way in average member relationship?

 
 

Average member relationship reflects how members are using the credit union and its share and loan products. This metric is calculated by the sum of the total amount of loans (excluding member business loans) and shares divided by the number of current members.

 Callahan & Associates FirstLook data says Industrial ($158.1M, Boston, MA) posted the largest average member relationship in the second quarter of 2013, with each member having an average of $102,440 in loans and shares with the credit union. California Lithuanian ($96.6M, Santa Monica, CA) came in second with $81,576, up 13.4% from the previous year. The credit union’s average member relationship in the second quarter averaged at $15,599, 2.4% higher than the same quarter last year. The increase is driven by the growth in loan and share balances which outpaced the member growth. 

LEADERS IN AVERAGE MEMBER RELATIONSHIP
Data as of June 30, 2013 for All Credit Unions in the U.S. 
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  Credit Union State Avg. Member Relationship
as of June 2013
Avg. Member Relationship
as of June 2012
Members
as of June 2013
Total Assets
1 Industrial MA $102,440 $97,944 2,135 $158,090,638
2 California Lithuanian CA $81,576 $71,953 1,371 $96,586,365
3 Lufthansa Employees NY $79,491 $82,752 1,224 $100,879,360
4 Star One CA $78,890 $76,613 90,944 $6,424,047,91
5 Self Reliance New York NY $76,830 $70,521 14,657 $963,704,683
6 Merck Employees NJ $73,047 $71,198 26,651 $1,873,079,890
7 Long Beach Firemens CA $71,533 $74,119 3,253 $162,695,645
8 Progressive NY $67,322 $66,665 4,052 $598,498,213
9 Evangelical Christian CA $67,157 $66,133 11,946 $1,087,727,821
10 IDB-IIC DC $66,930 $64,021 9,473 $464,796,521


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

 
 

Aug. 28, 2013


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