FHFB


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Federal Housing Finance Board (FHFB)

US government agency chartered in 1989 to assume the responsibilities formerly held by the Federal Home Loan Bank system.

FHFB

See Federal Housing Finance Board.
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Due to these statutes and FHFB rulemaking, the FHLBank System has evolved substantially since 1990.
As part of its migration from Blackberry to Windows Mobile, FHFB had initially deployed a single-vendor solution to secure both laptops and smartphones.
The basis for the FHFB chair's comparatively broad administrative authority is a delegation of authority, which the board passed in 1990 and 1993.
ATSC Senior Vice President Joe Mignogna commented, "ATSC has provided application development and IT support to the FHFB for three years.
FHFB announced the national average one-family house purchase price in October 2005 was $306,759, up from $264,540 in October 2004.
We are extremely pleased that FHFB has appointed these very capable and talented individuals to our Board of Directors," said John R.
As part of an agreement with the FHFB to reduce its excess stock, the Chicago District Bank recently received approval to issue $1 billion in securities for which it is the sole obligor.
By contrast, the FHFB survey of all loans for February found that
Note 1: The FHFB series differs from the frequently quoted Freddie Mac series, which focus on commitment rates on 30-year conventional fixed-rate loans, not including points.
According to FHFB data, hybrid ARMs accounted for the majority of purchase-money ARMs by 2002.
This partnership with ATS and Verio will provide the Finance Board with an information technology platform which is modern, forward-thinking, and positioned to support the business of the Agency," noted the Chief Information Officer at FHFB.
He also fills a vacant director's position, bringing the FHFB to its full five-member complement.