Kentucky’s financial services industry faced turmoil in 2020

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9,662 mortgage loan originators.
1,820 mortgage companies and brokers.
389 check cashers/deferred deposit companies.
128 money transmitters. DFI’s Securities Division worked closely with local and federal prosecutors to address investor harm when identified, which resulted in $1.4 million in fines and more than $4 million ordered in restitution to harmed investors. Notable actions included a settlement agreement with JPMorgan Securities, which imposed a $325,000 fine on the company.
Investment activity continued to flourish in Kentucky, with almost 6,000 company filings, including initial filings, renewals, notice filings and claims of exemption.
The banking industry continues to experience consolidation. The number of state-chartered banks decreased by 4.4%, from 114 in 2019 to 109 in 2020. The number of state charters has fallen by 33.3% since 2010, when Kentucky had 156 state-chartered banks. The number of state-chartered credit unions, 22, did not change in 2020.
The banking and credit union industries reported strong asset growth in 2020, and liquidity, profitability and capital ratios remain strong.
Assets held by Kentucky banks increased 15% last year, fueled largely by economic stimulus funds kept in insured deposit accounts. Individual banks’ assets ranged from $21.7 million to nearly $6.2 billion. Collectively, Kentucky banks had almost $61.4 billion in assets.
Kentucky credit unions’ assets grew by more than 15% last year, ranging from $843,000 to nearly $1.7 billion. Together, state-chartered credit unions held aggregate assets of more than $5.2 billion at the year’s end.
The complexity of non-depository financial service providers registered or licensed in Kentucky continues to increase, as consumers seek financial services from multiple sources. In 2020, DFI’s Non-Depository Division supervised: Click here for more Kentucky business news.

In addition, financial institutions assisted customers through loan modifications, payment extensions, lower interest rates, and reduced fees on services. The industry accomplished all of this while adjusting operations to meet the requirements of Gov. Andy Beshear’s executive orders and U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance.

Highlights from the 2020 report include the following: Banks, credit unions, and other lenders delivered much-needed economic relief through the federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), with approximately 50,655 PPP loans totaling nearly $5.3 billion approved in the commonwealth.

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