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Kansas is home to 97 credit unions serving more than 630,000 Kansas consumers. Kansas credit unions provide $39 million annually in direct savings to their members. 

Kansas credit unions illustrate the people helping people philosophy each and every day. Kansas credit unions put people before profits and offer an alternative to a traditional financial institution.

The top priority of credit unions is to improve service to their members, not to improve profits for their stockholders.

Just as credit unions nationwide, Kansas credit unions focus on financial literacy for all ages.



Kansas Credit Unions

Kansas
State Charter

Kansas
Federal Charter

Total Kansas

Average
per CU

United States

Worldwide

Number of Members


588,519


52,580


641,099


6,609


94,392,000


196,498,738


Total Loans


$3,294,740,5587


$283,198,402


$3,577,938,960


$36,885,969


$592,956,000,000


$1,016,243,687,593

Total Assets


$4,904,243,684


$494,2815,440


$5,398,525,124


$55,654,898


$1,020,645,176,760


$1,563,529,230,923


Number of CUs


77


20


           97

 


7,103


51,013



Kansas Credit Union and Bank Comparison

 
































* Credit union statistics from National Credit Union Administration, Credit Union National Association and the World Council of Credit Unions.
* Bank statistics from FDIC, September 2013 Call Reports



Did you know?

  • Kansas credit unions provide more than $39 million annually in direct benefits to their members.
  • Annual growth figures for assets, shares, and loans remain strong at Kansas credit unions, exceeding national trends.
  • 88 percent of credit union members are satisfied with their financial institution's service (Prime Performance 2011 Bank & Credit Union Satisfaction Survey)
  • Trust in credit unions rose to 63 percent, while trust in national banks fell to 23 percent (2012 Kellogg School Financial Trust Index)