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credit unions @ MARCH 31, 2013
As of March 2013, the nation's 6,895 credit unions held over $1 trillion in assets, up 5.4% from the previous March. They held over $607 billion in loans backed with nearly $118 billion in capital. Here are other notable first quarter trends:
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Credit unions originated $83 billion in loans during the first three months of 2013. This marks the sixth consecutive quarter of origination records for the industry. Read more about loans, shares, investments, ROA, productivity, and more.
How is the credit union industry faring compared to this period last year? Find out from this industry snapshot.
Callahan’s quarterly Trendwatch call took place on Tuesday, May 21 and Wednesday, May 22. On the call, Callahan’s Jay Johnson and Jon Jeffreys discuss credit unions’ disruptive change for member value. In addition to reviewing industry trends, credit unions with unique ways of providing value to members will be profiled and Scott Gilbert discusses Goldman Sachs’ Economic Forecast for the year.
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