FHLB Policies and Programs
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The FHLBs are critical sources of liquidity for banks, credit unions, insurance companies, and other select financial institutions committed to housing finance and community investment.
Overview: As member-owned cooperatives that operate in 11 districts covering the entire nation, the FHLBs ensure steady funding for a variety of housing finance activities. MBA supports continued evaluation of the FHLB membership eligibility criteria, particularly as the mortgage origination landscape evolves. Sensible reforms should promote safety and soundness while better reflecting the diversity of the housing finance system.
Recent MBA Activity Related to FHLB Policies and Programs
- Comment Letter: MBA to FHFA on Federal Home Loan Bank Housing Goals Amendments (January 31, 2019)
- Comment Letter: MBA to FHFA on Regulatory Review (June 4, 2018)
- Letter: MBA to Senate in Support of the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act (March 9, 2018)