Credit union acquisitions of banks appear to be a good thing.

A new research report by Filene released Wednesday determined the 14 credit unions that acquired 16 banks since 2012 had somewhat stronger financial metrics with higher capital ratios, greater returns on both assets and equity and lower loan net charge-off ratios than comparable-sized credit unions by the end of 2017.

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