The Federal Agricultural Mortgage
Corporation's (Farmer Mac) board of directors has approved a dividend of USDSD0.70 per share for each of the company's three classes of common stock -- class A voting common stock (NYSE:AGM.A), class B voting common stock (not listed) and class C non-voting common ctock (NYSE:AGM) -- for the third quarter of 2019, it disclosed on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON: The Federal Agricultural Mortgage
Corporation's board of directors declared a third quarter dividend of $0.58 per share for each of Farmer Mac's three classes of common stock - Class A Voting Common Stock (NYSE: AGM.A), Class B Voting Common Stock (not listed on any exchange), and Class C Non-Voting Common Stock (NYSE: AGM).
He also serves as a Presidential Nominee on the Board of Directors of the Federal Agricultural Mortgage
Corporation and is Managing Partner of iFAR (Integrated Financial Analytics & Research).
Board of directors of the Federal Agricultural Mortgage
Corporation (Farmer Mac) has declared a third quarter dividend of USD0.26 per share for each of Farmer Mac's three classes of common stock, the company said.
Title: Sr VP--Agricultural Finance, Federal Agricultural Mortgage
Company, or Farmer Mac
The bonds were issued under the company's USD 75.0m facility with Federal Agricultural Mortgage
It has also had a unique relationship with the Federal Agricultural Mortgage
Corporation (Farmer Mac) in recent years.
THE AMERICAN BANKERS ASSOCIATION--through its subsidiary the Corporation for American Ranking--and Federal Agricultural Mortgage
Corporation have renewed their agreement to assist member banks with the sale of their agricultural loans into the secondary market.
Previously, she has served for 15 years as chief financial officer of the Federal Agricultural Mortgage
Corporation (FAMC), a New York Stock Exchange listed corporation that she co-started.
1362(d)(3)(F), as amended by AJCA Section 237(a), modifies the definition of passive income to exclude interest income earned by banks and bank holding companies, as well as dividend income earned from assets required, for regulatory purposes, to be held by banks or their holding companies (including stock in the Federal Home Loan Bank, Federal Reserve Bank and Federal Agricultural Mortgage
Bank, or participation certificates issued by a Federal Intermediate Credit Bank) .
By law, Reserve Banks act as fiscal agents for the following GSEs and international organizations: Fannie Mae; the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation; entities of the Federal Home Loan Bank System; the Farm Credit System; the Federal Agricultural Mortgage
Corporation; the Student Loan Marketing Association; the Financing Corporation; the Resolution Funding Corporation; the World Bank; the Inter-American Development Bank; the Asian Development Bank; and the African Development Bank.