Credit union industry health declined during the third quarter of 2013, according to the latest Glatt Consulting Credit Union Industry HealthScore report, released Dec. 4.
Glatt Consulting Industry HealthScore cites flagging asset and membership growth, lower earnings, efficiencies.
Experts cite low delinquency rates, loan and non-interest income revenue growth.
Opinions sometimes differed, but experts told Credit Union Times they agreed that despite continuing challenges posed by regulators and the economy, America’s credit union movement has an excellent prognosis.
Consultant Tom Glatt Jr. notes drop off in his quarterly review of industry metrics.
Kentucky credit unions’ key financial indicators are positive, yet conservative. The latest in our state-by-state analysis of NCUA data.
Arizona credit unions reported the highest return on average assets in the country during first quarter 2012, according to the NCUA’s Quarterly U.S. Map Review. But despite 123 basis points worth of profit, things aren’t completely sunny in the Copper State.