Farm Credit System

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Farm Credit System

The oldest government-sponsored enterprise (GSE) (www.farmcreditffcb.com) in the country, created in 1916. It is a nationwide network of borrower-owned lending institutions and affiliated service entities that makes loans to agricultural and rural borrowers.The members do not take deposits.The funds for loans are obtained through the issuance of Farm Credit debt securities on a worldwide basis in the domestic and global capital markets.

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Bienz, Vice President Financial Analysis and Disclosure Federal Farm Credit Banks Funding Corporation 10 Exchange Place, Suite 1401 Jersey City, NJ 07302 (201) 200-8070 E-mail - DBienz@farmcredit-ffcb.
Sovereign rating may create challenges for the FCS and the Federal Farm Credit Banks Funding Corporation (the issuing entity for the FCS) from issuing debt in the capital markets or from issuing on a cost efficient basis.
AgBank, FCB, AgriBank, FCB and Farm Credit Bank of Texas) jointly own the Federal Farm Credit Banks Funding Corporation, which acts as their agent in the issuance of Federal Farm Credit Banks Consolidated Systemwide debt.
NEW YORK -- The Federal Farm Credit Banks Funding Corporation and Incapital LLC today announced the launch of Farm Credit Retail Bonds, a program that will offer these bonds to individual investors.
The Federal Farm Credit Banks Funding Corporation is issuing the unsecured bonds as agent for the Banks of the Farm Credit System.
Copies of this press release, as well as other information regarding the System, including its annual and quarterly information statements, are available on the Federal Farm Credit Banks Funding Corporation's website at www.
NEW YORK -- The Federal Farm Credit Banks Funding Corporation announced today that its Chief Executive Officer, Jamie B.

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