Kansas credit unions saw increases in members, loans, assets and delinquencies in the second quarter, according to a regulator's report released today.
The Kansas Department of Credit Unions' Second Quarter 2010 Call Report Statistics shows that credit unions increased membership by nearly 29,000 people from second quarter 2009.
Total assets rose to $3.89 billion and loans totaled $2.62 billion, up slightly from $2.45 billion in the same quarter a year ago.
Delinquencies were also higher, totaling $35.7 million compared to $31.9 million in second quarter 2009.
"Most of the trends are positive," said John Smith, KDCU administrator, in an e-mail to credit unions today. "Board and management of Kansas chartered credit unions are to be complimented for their management in these economic times."