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2500 E 22nd St
Tucson, AZ 85713-2002


Predictive Indicator + (improve)
As of June 30, 2015
Credit Union ID 66116

A credit union is a nonprofit, cooperative financial institution, owned and administered by individual members, who must meet eligibility requirements to join. Credit unions pay no federal income tax. Community development credit unions are chartered to serve the needs of low income members who reside in financially distressed or under-served communities.

The Bankrate proprietary credit union rating model analyzes capitalization, asset quality, earnings, and liquidity to produce composite and component "Star" ratings that can be used as a measure of the rated entity's financial safety and soundness. Additionally, early warning components of the model highlight operating characteristics of immediate concern and recommended follow-up actions. The analyses are not adjusted for TARP funding and those institutions receiving funds may receive ratings that would differ were the TARP funds adjusted out of the analyses. You can check whether or not this institution has received TARP funding and whether or not they have paid it back at

Institution Name TUCSON OLD PUEBLO
Report Date June 30, 2015
Report Period 6 months
Star Composite Rating, Percentile Rank 3 /35.14
Predictive Indicator + (improve)
Earnings Rating, Percentile Rank 2 /31.54
Asset Quality Rating, Percentile Rank 5 /51.69
Capital Rating, Percentile Rank 1 /7.26
Liquidity Rating, Percentile Rank 5 /89.45
Institution Asset Size 136.4745 million
Deposits 126.0532 million
Loans 61.0292 million
Equity 9.3645 million
Net Profit/Loss 8.782 thousand


Component star rating: 1 star
Capital highlights

Capitalization stands as protection against loss for credit union members, creditors and, if applicable, the insurer. Regulators place a high degree of importance upon assessments of capitalization.

Key measures of Capital AdequacyRatio (%)Assessment
Net Capital / Assets 6.86Below Peer Norm
Capital (1) / Assets 7.58Well Below Peer Norm
(1) Includes loan loss allowance.

Component star rating: 5 starstarstarstarstar
Asset quality highlights

Asset quality is a major determinant of the viability of any banking institution. Poor asset quality will have a very direct impact upon other components and regulators invest substantial amounts of time and resources in gauging the quality of loans and investments.

Key Asset Quality information and ratios:Ratio (%)Assessment
Nonperforming Asset Ratio (2)8.06Relatively Low
Loss Reserve Coverage (3)122.86Much Better Than Normal
Asset Growth Rate -0.93Below Normal
(2) Nonperforming Assets/Equity plus Loss Reserves

(3) Loan Loss reserves/Delinquent Loans

Component star rating: 2 starstar
Earnings highlights

A credit union's profitability is critical to building capital and establishing adequate loss reserves.

Key Earnings information and ratios:Ratio (%)Assessment
Return on Average Equity 4.05Below Average
Overhead / Average Assets 3.83Significantly Higher Than Average
Note: The earnings assessment is based on the latest four quarters of income and expense.

Component star rating: 5 starstarstarstarstar
Liquidity highlights

Liquidity provides funding for normal operations and represents a reserve for unanticipated disintermediation.

Key measures of Liquidity:Ratio (%)Assessment
Balance Sheet Liquidity26.78strong

Early warning highlights

Early warning indicators identify areas of potential concern, which may lead to financial deterioration and thus, require inquiry or in depth investigation.
For this institution we have noted:

  • Capital Adequacy
  • Overhead

Institution Commentary

OVERVIEW of Institution
TUCSON OLD PUEBLO is a state chartered credit union, which, as of June 30, 2015, reported total assets of approximately $136.4745 million. At that date, loans and deposits held by the institution amounted to $61.0292 million and $126.0532 million, respectively. Equity, the difference between a credit union's total assets and total liabilities, was determined to have been $9.3645 million, which was 6.86% of total assets.

Bankrate believes that, as of June 30, 2015, this credit union exhibited a generally satisfactory condition, characterized by well below standard capitalization, a very high measure of asset quality, lower than normal profitability, and ample liquidity.

Balance sheet structural changes, through the one year period of time ended June 30, 2015, have had little or no positive, and quite possibly a negative, impact upon the institution's capital position. Our analytical methodology does take into account the quantity, quality, durability, and direction of net worth, and, as set forth above, we have determined, based upon our series of tests, that this credit union demonstrates well below standard capitalization. Notwithstanding any of the information contained within this section, we believe, based on our analysis, that the institution should consider plans for enhancing reported capitalization.

The institution reveals, as previously stated, a very high measure of asset quality. That conclusion incorporates our analysis of data depicting regional economic conditions as well as our computations of a relatively low June 30, 2015 nonperforming asset ratio and much better than normal reserve coverage for nonperforming loans.

Credit card lending activities should not, based on our analysis of asset quality trends and conditions, have a substantial negative impact upon future results.

For the year ended June 30, 2015, this institution recorded a net profit of $375.50 thousand, which represented a return on average assets (ROA) of 0.28%. Year earlier four quarter results amounted to a net profit of $109,968, or a 0.08% ROA. ROA is the key measurement of profitability within the credit union industry, and the industry's ROA, for the six months ended June 30, 2015, approximated 0.81%.

We have concluded that, for the four quarters ending June 30 2015, the institution achieved a below average return on average equity. A significantly higher than average overhead ratio is in evidence. We have noted that the insitution's profitability performance, between the twelve months ending June 30 , 2014 and the twelve months ending June 30 , 2015 exceeded the industry peer comparison.

As of June 30, 2015, the institution displayed strong balance sheet liquidity.

Accounting principles require some securities to be categorized as "Available-for-Sale." Changes in market value of these securities are reflected through the GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) net worth of the institution. Based upon the credit union's present balance sheet, changes in the value of the current level of securities reported as are very likely to have a substantial impact upon future net worth of the credit union.

This credit union has been rated generally satisfactory.
Negative factors that impacted that rating follow:

  • Capitalization
  • Earnings
Positive factors that impacted that rating follow:
  • Asset Quality
  • Liquidity
As noted previously, early warning indicators possibly requiring specific investigation include:
  • Capital Adequacy
  • Overhead

As stated, we have determined a Composite Star rating for this credit union of 3 starstarstar , indicative of a generally satisfactory financial condition. At times, conditions of financial institutions change rapidly and significantly. Hence, our Safe & Sound Star ratings should not be deemed predictive of likely future ratings. However, in view of early warning indicators set forth within this report, in combination with the institution's financial data, we believe that the Star rating for this institution is likely to improve within the ensuing twelve month period.

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