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Installment Credit Survey Report

Do you know how your bank compares with its peers when it comes to activities affecting critical consumer installment credit functions – home mortgages, credit cards, leasing and the like? Or how your institution measures up to banks of similar asset size or geographic region when it comes to installment credit and lending functions? What are the latest trends in areas such as charge-offs, portfolio composition, past-due accounts, and loss recovery? And what benchmarks should you apply in planning for the future?

Find the answers to these and other important installment credit questions in the latest edition of the ABA Installment Credit Survey Report (14th Edition). Based on surveys conducted in the second and third quarters of 2004, the report examines the short- to medium-term credit used by consumers to finance purchases or refinance their existing consumer loans.

(Note: Closed-end home equity loans and open-end home equity lines of credit were not included in the data. For details of HELs and HELOCs, see the ABA Home Equity Lending Survey Report.)

Plus, the ABA Installment Credit Survey Report presents a ranking of the top banks and bank holding companies in home mortgage outstandings, closed-end consumer installment loans, revolving noncard lines of credit, and leasing, organized by asset size and region. All this, and more than 140 easy-to-read charts and tables lay out the data you need to grow and maintain a profitable installment credit business. 

Release date: March 2005

View the table of contents (PDF format).
View the index of datatables (PDF format).

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