Even with the record number of new members joining credit unions in the third quarter of 2012, the average member relationship increased by 2.63% for the industry as a whole. This metric represents the total amount of loan balances and deposits per retail member by excluding member business lending relationships.
Leading the charge in average member relationship growth was North Dakota, with an 8.54% increase in loans and share amounts per member. North Dakota also had the largest dollar increase in average member relationship, increasing $1,642 from September 2011. All in all, only one state decreased in average member relationship.
AVERAGE MEMBER RELATIONSHIP BY STATE
DATA AS OF SEPTEMBER 30, 2012
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