Financial Performance

Earnings

By Andrew Lepczyk | Sept. 12, 2022

Ongoing growth in home and auto lending mean the industry is gradually shedding the high liquidity levels brought on by pandemic relief programs.

By Laila Jiwani | July 18, 2022

Credit unions are hosting more FTEs and paying them more than they were one year ago, in large part driven by an extremely competitive hiring environment.

By William Hunt | July 4, 2022

After two years of swings, first-quarter return on assets at credit unions was back in line with where things stood before COVID-19 upended the economic environment.

 

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By Marc Rapport | April 25, 2022

United FCU offers support by reducing overdraft and NSF fees; Amplify flat-out eliminates them.

By | March 28, 2022

Low loan rates are attractive to members, and credit unions have managed to offset interest spread compression through controlling or deferring expenses

By Sherry Virden | Nov. 15, 2021

Credit union success on the balance sheet and income statement in the third quarter is creating new opportunities for future impact.

By William Hunt | May 17, 2021

The lasting effects of the COVID-19 pandemic — and the national economic response to it — linger on credit union financial statements.

By Michael Zelna | April 27, 2021

Loan purchases and participations reached record levels at U.S. credit unions. Some credit unions sold loans to generate revenue or reduce risk; others purchased loans to boost ratios or yields. Learn more about what happened throughout the industry.

By Aman Johal | Jan. 26, 2021

The financial constraints credit unions faced in 2020 provide insights for how to move forward in the coming year.

By Sam Taft | Jan. 11, 2021

Spread analysis deconstructs credit union earnings to gauge the health of an institution and its broader industry.