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Consumer Credit Delinquency Bulletin

How is your bank's loan portfolio holding up in hard times? And how does it compare to that of your peers? ABA's quarterly Consumer Credit Delinquency Bulletin gives you the context you need to evaluate how your portfolio is really performing.

Based on a quarterly survey of 300 banks nationwide that, taken together, offer a representative panorama of the banking industry, the Consumer Credit Delinquency Bulletin tracks eight types of closed-end consumer loans to create a compelling overview of consumer credit trends.

Whether you are evaluating the success of your current loan portfolio or merely want to measure how you are doing compared to banks in your state and asset category, the Consumer Credit Delinquency Bulletin provides detailed data for informed decision making. Get the big picture on the following types of past due loans as a percentage of loans with outstandings and as a percentage of dollars outstanding:

  • Personal
  • Automobile (direct and indirect)
  • Mobile home
  • Recreational Vehicle
  • Marine
  • Property improvement
  • Home equity/second mortgages
  • Home equity lines of credit
  • Bank card credit
  • Non-card revolving credit
  • Education

Plus, the bulletin also gives you delinquency overviews and bankruptcy petitions by geographic region and state.

CEOs, senior bank executives and loan officers are just a few of the financial services professionals who will benefit from the bulletin's findings. To order, click on the link below or call 1-800-BANKERS (800-226-5377).

Subscription Ordering Information (4 issues):
Catalog #150

$260  List Price
$260  for all orders outside of the United States
$135  Member Discount

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Questions/Comments? Please contact Benchmarking and Survey Research at 1-800-BANKERS (800-226-5377).