135 Locally Headquartered Credit Unions

Four counties include: Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, and Riverside

 

Members: 5.4 million (4 percent increase)

  • 217,000 new members
  • Hit a record
  • Up 45 percent from 3.7 million in 2010 (yearly membership has almost always risen from 2005 – 2020)
     

Loans: $58.3 billion (1 percent increase)

  • Increased 103 percent from $28.7 billion in 2012
  • Hit a record (last historical peak was $36.2 billion in 2008)
  • 65 percent loan-to-deposit ratio (loaned out)
  • *A small portion of total loans may be through “loan participations”
  • **Total loans do not include the much smaller sub-categories of: a) personal loans (including signature, secured, unsecured, line of credit, and emergency); b) “other” vehicle loans (including motorcycles, watercrafts, motor homes, trailers, boats, all-terrain vehicles, and utility task vehicles); and c) student loans
  • First-mortgages: 7 percent increase
  • Hit a record of $31.7 billion
  • Increased 105 percent from $15.3 billion in 2012 (last historical peak was $17.5 billion in 2008)
     
  • HELOCs/home equity loans (combined category): -18 percent decrease
  • Dropped from an intermittent peak ($4.8 billion in 2019) to $4 billion (not seen since 2017)
  • Increased 2 percent from $3.9 billion in 2016 (record high was $6.6 billion in 2008)
     
  • New auto loans: -9 percent decrease
  • Dropped from a record ($7.4 billion in 2019) to $6.7 billion (not seen since 2018)
  • Increased 321 percent from $1.6 billion in 2011 (last historical peak was $5.4 billion in 2006)
     
  • Used auto loans: 3 percent increase
  • Hit a record of $9.5 billion
  • Increased 206 percent from $3.1 billion in 2010 (last historical peak was $4.3 billion in 2007)
     
  • Credit card lending: -12 percent decrease
  • Dropped from a record ($2.8 billion in 2019) to $2.5 billion (not seen since 2017)
  • Increased 39 percent from $1.8 billion in 2010 (last historical peak was $1.9 billion in 2009)
     
  • Business loans: 9 percent increase
  • Reached $6.3 billion (includes landlord real estate loans)
  • Category has fluctuated greatly between 2005 – 2020 from $2.7 billion – $6.3 billion


Deposits: $90.4 billion (25 percent increase)

  • Increased 100 percent from $45 billion in 2012
  • Hit a record (category has always risen from 2005 – 2020)
  • ($104 billion in assets)
  • Checking accounts (share drafts): 36 percent increase
  • Hit a record of $14 billion
  • Increased 245 percent from $4.1 billion in 2007 (last historical peak was $4.6 billion in 2005)
     
  • Savings accounts (regular shares): 36 percent increase
  • Hit a record of $34.1 billion
  • Increased 309 percent from $8.3 billion in 2007 (last historical peak was $9.8 billion in 2005)
     
  • Money market accounts: 25 percent increase
  • Hit a record of $20.4 billion
  • Increased 208 percent from $6.6 billion in 2005 (has always risen from 2005 – 2020)
     
  • Certificates of deposit: 2 percent increase
  • Hit a record of $16.9 billion
  • Increased 75 percent from $9.7 billion in 2012 (last historical peak was $14.9 billion in 2008)
     
  • IRA/Keogh accounts: 7 percent increase
  • Hit a record of $4.3 billion
  • Increased 12 percent from $3.9 billion in 2014 (last historical peak was $4.1 billion in 2010)
 

Operations: $772 million spent

Quarterly monies spent on employee payroll, benefits, property, office equipment, occupancy, and vendor contracts (estimated annual figure is $3.1 billion)
  • About 13,670 individuals were employed (2 percent increase)

135 Locally Headquartered Credit Unions

Four counties include: Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, and Riverside

 

Members: 5.4 million (4 percent increase)

  • 217,000 new members
  • Hit a record
  • Up 45 percent from 3.7 million in 2010 (yearly membership has almost always risen from 2005 – 2020)
     

Loans: $58.3 billion (1 percent increase)

  • Increased 103 percent from $28.7 billion in 2012
  • Hit a record (last historical peak was $36.2 billion in 2008)
  • 65 percent loan-to-deposit ratio (loaned out)
  • *A small portion of total loans may be through “loan participations”
  • **Total loans do not include the much smaller sub-categories of: a) personal loans (including signature, secured, unsecured, line of credit, and emergency); b) “other” vehicle loans (including motorcycles, watercrafts, motor homes, trailers, boats, all-terrain vehicles, and utility task vehicles); and c) student loans
  • First-mortgages: 7 percent increase
  • Hit a record of $31.7 billion
  • Increased 105 percent from $15.3 billion in 2012 (last historical peak was $17.5 billion in 2008)
     
  • HELOCs/home equity loans (combined category): -18 percent decrease
  • Dropped from an intermittent peak ($4.8 billion in 2019) to $4 billion (not seen since 2017)
  • Increased 2 percent from $3.9 billion in 2016 (record high was $6.6 billion in 2008)
     
  • New auto loans: -9 percent decrease
  • Dropped from a record ($7.4 billion in 2019) to $6.7 billion (not seen since 2018)
  • Increased 321 percent from $1.6 billion in 2011 (last historical peak was $5.4 billion in 2006)
     
  • Used auto loans: 3 percent increase
  • Hit a record of $9.5 billion
  • Increased 206 percent from $3.1 billion in 2010 (last historical peak was $4.3 billion in 2007)
     
  • Credit card lending: -12 percent decrease
  • Dropped from a record ($2.8 billion in 2019) to $2.5 billion (not seen since 2017)
  • Increased 39 percent from $1.8 billion in 2010 (last historical peak was $1.9 billion in 2009)
     
  • Business loans: 9 percent increase
  • Reached $6.3 billion (includes landlord real estate loans)
  • Category has fluctuated greatly between 2005 – 2020 from $2.7 billion – $6.3 billion


Deposits: $90.4 billion (25 percent increase)

  • Increased 100 percent from $45 billion in 2012
  • Hit a record (category has always risen from 2005 – 2020)
  • ($104 billion in assets)
  • Checking accounts (share drafts): 36 percent increase
  • Hit a record of $14 billion
  • Increased 245 percent from $4.1 billion in 2007 (last historical peak was $4.6 billion in 2005)
     
  • Savings accounts (regular shares): 36 percent increase
  • Hit a record of $34.1 billion
  • Increased 309 percent from $8.3 billion in 2007 (last historical peak was $9.8 billion in 2005)
     
  • Money market accounts: 25 percent increase
  • Hit a record of $20.4 billion
  • Increased 208 percent from $6.6 billion in 2005 (has always risen from 2005 – 2020)
     
  • Certificates of deposit: 2 percent increase
  • Hit a record of $16.9 billion
  • Increased 75 percent from $9.7 billion in 2012 (last historical peak was $14.9 billion in 2008)
     
  • IRA/Keogh accounts: 7 percent increase
  • Hit a record of $4.3 billion
  • Increased 12 percent from $3.9 billion in 2014 (last historical peak was $4.1 billion in 2010)
 

Operations: $772 million spent

Quarterly monies spent on employee payroll, benefits, property, office equipment, occupancy, and vendor contracts (estimated annual figure is $3.1 billion)
  • About 13,670 individuals were employed (2 percent increase)
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