Which peer group posted the highest growth in average member relationship?

 
 

The 12-month growth in average member relationship at credit unions nationwide averaged at 2.4% as of June. The industry’s average member relationship stood at $15,599 in the same quarter 2013, marking the highest year of average member relationship on record for the industry. Every asset-based peer group saw an increase in average member relationship as the growth in loans and shares outpaced the membership growth over the past year.

Among all asset-based peer groups, credit unions between $20 million and $50millin in assets saw the highest annual growth in average member relationship. Over the past year, these credit unions posted a 3.11% increase in average member relationship to reach $10,164. Credit unions between $10 million and $20 million came in second with 3.02% growth in average member relationship to stand at $8,394 as of June 2013. Credit unions over $1 billion in assets reported the highest average member relationship at $18,774 as of second quarter, followed by the next largest peer group’s $15,951. 

LEADER IN AVERAGE MEMBER RELATIONSHIP GROWTH
Data as of June 30, 2013 All Credit Unions in the U.S.
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10-23-2013

  Peer Group Average Member Relationship
1 Over $1B $18,774
2 $500M-$1B $15,951
3 $250M-$500M $14,434
4 $100M-$250M $13,069
5 $50M-$100M $11,657
6 $20M-$50M $10,164
7 $10M-$20M $8,394
8 $5M-$10M $6,981
9 $2M-$5M $5,676
10 Under $2M $3,320


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