Easy to pull reports
We've shared the charts and displays that are built into CUAnalyzer, but did you know there are four reports that allow you to quickly compare your credit union against industry averages (or individual credit unions)? All of these reports are located in the Reports section found on the left side of the screen.
Summary reports in CUAnalyzer
Two-Year Financial Statement: This report provides an overview of any credit union's balance sheet and income statement performance over the previous 12-months. Use this report to see historical trends at your credit unions, or use it for competitive or merge analysis.
Comparative Summary Financial Profile: View any two credit union side by said, or throw in a peer group average. This reports is great to share with your board and senior staff as it offers a quick side-by-side comparison of your credit union versus specific competitors or state/national peers.
Credit Union Scorecard: Benchmark performance relative to peers with more than 100 ratios organized into categories like Financial Momentum, Member Metrics, Efficiency, Delivery, Channels, and Lending. Click the ratios that are hyper linked for a graphical comparison. We've put all of the most important ratios in one place for you, making this report perfect for board meetings and strategic planning.
Return Of The Member (ROM): Callahan's ROM index helps credit unions measure their members' use of the credit union. This index takes into account multiple areas of your credit union's performance such as member usage, borrowing and saving activities, all compared to credit unio ns in your asset range.Many credit unions use ROM to set strategic goals and incentive plans.
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How to create meaningful peer groups in CUAnalyzer
CUAnalyzer allows you to compare your credit union versus one specific institution or a group of your peers. In addition to the pre-built peer groups, based on asset size, there are three different ways to build peer groups in CUAnalyzer. For step-by-step instructions on creating a new peer group click here.
1. Basic Peer Creation: Creating a basic peer groups allows you to easily select all of the credit unions by geography. Here, you could create a simple peer group of all credit union in Hawaii or whichever state you'd like.
2. Custom Peer Creation: Custom peer groups allow you to pick and choose specific credit unions to compare yourself to. You might pick other credit union's nationwide that serve your SEG group or credit unions strictly serving your community.
3. Advanced Peer Creation: This is the most robust way to create a peer group, using both geography and financial data. We encourage you to play around in this section and create a group of nation-wide peers that match your credit union's business model or growth aspirations. For example, if you have a larger branch presence that other credit unions your size or recently saw higher than average member and loan growth you might want to identify and start comparing your credit union to similar credit unions based on your branch model or recent growth numbers. Keep in mind - all of these metrics work together. So, if you put too strict of criteria your peer group will be small. We recommend at least 10 peers in an advanced group.
After saving your peer group, can you start your analysis. Use the Professional Packets
to pull reports specific to the Board, CEO, CFO, CLO, Marketing, Human Resources, Mortgage, or Collections departments. Or, you can create your own pack in the My Packets