The 12 credit unions in Alaska originated the highest average amount of loans in 2012, almost $450 million. With the largest average asset size in the country, just over $620 million, this is to be expected. What is more surprising is the ratio of loan originations to current assets. Alaska credit unions also posted the highest ratio in this metric, originating 65% of their current asset size in new loans in 2012. Credit unions in Utah (58%), Vermont (53%) and North Dakota (54%) all originated more than half their asset size in new loans in 2012.
AVERAGE LOAN ORIGINATIONS v. AVERAGE ASSET SIZE
DATA AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2012 | www.creditunions.com
Generated by Callahan & Associates' Peer-to-Peer Software.