Large credit unions are continuing to grow more than small ones.
Membership growth decreases to 3.7% in April, while share growth rises to 7.1%.
In one year ending in Q1 2016, median loan growth equals 4.5% at credit unions nationwide.
Total loans reach nearly $800B at the end of Q12016, an increase of 10.7% from a year ago.
Washington State, Alaska see the highest loan growth at 9% and 8%, respectively.
The NCUA reports a 6.9% increase in total shares and deposits from Q4 2014 to Q4 2015.
State-level data reveals Alaska and Idaho boast the highest median loan growth rates.
Regulators say the bank kept portions of customer deposits and must pay $31.5 million in refunds and penalties.
Fourth quarter 2014 data shows improved lending, member growth and net worth.
Only about 10% of people say they would consult a credit union about investing a $25,000 windfall.