7 Liquidity Trends From The First Quarter

Liquidity has been front of mind for credit union leaders in recent quarters as loan and share growth battle it out on the balance sheet.

After a challenging year for liquidity, the first quarter of 2024 brought a little relief. According to Callahan & Associates’ analysis of first-quarter data from the National Credit Union Administration, the loan-to-share decreased 2.4 percentage points to 82.7% for U.S. credit unions as annual loan growth slowed to 4.8% — from 17.6% the year prior — and tax returns helped share growth reached 2.5%.

What factors are driving these changes? What are the implications for the future? Click the tabs at the top of each graph for additional trendlines and context.

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June 10, 2024

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