Insurance Fund for FHLBs Is on The Table
- ACB Wants Data on Finance Board Plan. Rucker, Patrick // American Banker;4/18/2006, Vol. 171 Issue 73, p20
The article focuses on an information request issued to the Federal Housing Finance Board by America's Community Bankers (ACB), regarding a proposal that would require the Federal Home Loan banks to raise their retained earnings. The plan asks each Home Loan bank to hold retained earning equal...
- FHFB Is Closer To Multidistrict. // National Mortgage News;12/30/2002, Vol. 27 Issue 14, p1
Focuses on the rules of the Federal Housing Finance Board allowing membership banks and thrifts to become a member in more than one Federal Home Loan (FHL) Bank in the U.S. Terms of the rules; Prevalence of conflicting opinion to the rules; Viability of a multiple membership in an FHLBank System.
- In Brief. // American Banker;5/23/2000, Vol. 165 Issue 99, p5
Reports on developments in the banking industry in the United States, as of May 22, 2000. Federal Housing Finance Board's proposal to change the capital requirements for the Home Loan Bank system; Revisions in the quarterly call report for banks.
- Shot down: Fee plan on excess holdings of home loan bank stock. Harrison, David // American Banker;3/22/1999, Vol. 164 Issue 54, p2
Reports that the Federal Housing Finance Board has decided that banks that hold excess stock in a Federal Home Loan (FHL) bank cannot be charged extra fees for doing so. Interim final rule that will nullify FHL of San Francisco's plan to impose a fee; Moves designed to reduce the Home Loan...
- Chicago Bank's 'Voluntary Stock' Plan Could Make It More Competitive. Cornwell, Ted // National Mortgage News;6/17/2002, Vol. 26 Issue 38, p2
Reports on the approval of the capital plan of Chicago Federal Home Loan Bank by the U.S. Federal Housing Finance Board in June 2002. Benefits from the capital plan; Policy on the ownership of the voluntary plan; Impact of the capital plan on the bank; Members which will be authorized by the...
- Finance Board Wins Decision on Partnerships. Fraser, Katharine // American Banker;1/24/2000, Vol. 165 Issue 15, p2
Reports that a federal appeals court has ruled that the United States Federal Housing Finance Board has the authority to allow a mortgage financing partnership. Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago's establishment of its Mortgage Partnership Finance pilot program; Arguments of the plaintiffs...
- Trade Groups Urge Delay in FHLB Investment Rules Pending Capital Guidelines. GUERRERO, KEVIN // American Banker;4/11/2000, Vol. 165 Issue 70, p2
Focuses on the Washington-based trade groups advising the United States Federal Housing Finance Board against restricting investments by the Federal Home Loan Bank System. Proposals of the agency that would define what assets the 12 Home Loan banks can buy.
- FHFB Proposal For Buying Loans Taken Off Table. Davenport, Todd // American Banker;8/21/2003, Vol. 168 Issue 161, p3
The U.S. Federal Housing Finance Board said it will withdraw a controversial plan to ease the rules governing mortgage purchases by Federal Home Loan banks. But it also pledged not to abandon the effort to make it easier for the banks to buy loans. The Finance Board said in June 2003 that it...
- Finance Board Oks Shared-Risk Program. Bergquist, Erick // American Banker;11/3/2000, Vol. 165 Issue 212, p9
Reports that the United States Federal Housing Finance Board has given the Federal Home Loan Banks of Cincinnati, Seattle and Indianapolis approval to buy loans from their members.