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 Market Capitalization (Millions $) -
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 Employees 203
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 869
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) 668
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Federal Home Loan Bank Of Cincinnati
The FHLB is a regional wholesale bank that provides financial products and services to our members. We are part of the FHLBank System (or System). Each FHLBank operates as a separate entity with its own stockholders, employees, Board of Directors, and business model. Our region, known as the Fifth District, is comprised of Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee.

The U.S. Congress chartered the FHLBank System in the Federal Home Loan Bank Act of 1932 (the FHLBank Act) to help provide liquidity in the U.S. housing market. FHLBanks are GSEs of the United States of America. A GSE combines private sector ownership with public sector sponsorship. In addition to being GSEs, the FHLBanks are cooperative institutions, privately and wholly owned by their members, who purchase capital stock and who are the primary customers.

The FHLBanks are not government agencies and the U.S. government does not guarantee, directly or indirectly, the debt securities or other obligations of the FHLBank System.

The FHLBank System also includes the Federal Housing Finance Agency (Finance Agency) and the Office of Finance. The Finance Agency is an independent agency in the executive branch of the U.S. government that regulates the FHLBanks, the Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae), the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (Freddie Mac), and the Office of Finance. The Office of Finance is a joint office of the FHLBanks that facilitates the issuance and servicing of the FHLBank Systems Consolidated Obligations (or Obligations).

All federally insured depository institutions, certain insurance companies, and community development financial institutions chartered in the Fifth District may voluntarily apply for membership in our FHLB. Applicants must satisfy membership requirements in accordance with statutes and Finance Agency regulations. These requirements deal primarily with home financing activities, satisfactory financial condition such that Advances may be made safely, and matters related to the regulatory, supervisory and management oversight of the applicant. By law, an institution is permitted to be a member of only one FHLBank, although a holding company may have memberships in more than one FHLBank through its subsidiaries.

The combination of public sponsorship and private ownership that drives our business model is reflected in the composition of our 17-member Board of Directors, all of whom members elect. Ten directors are officers and/or directors of our member institutions, while the remaining directors are independent directors who represent the public interest.

We achieve our mission through a cooperative business model. We raise private-sector capital from member stockholders and issue high-quality debt securities in the capital markets (along with other FHLBanks) in order to provide products and services (called Mission Asset Activity) to members and generate a competitive return on their capital investment in our company.

The primary products we offer are readily available low-cost loans called Advances, purchases of certain whole mortgage loans sold by qualifying members through the Mortgage Purchase Program (MPP), and Letters of Credit. We also offer affordable housing programs and related activities to support members in their efforts to assist low- and moderate-income households and their local communities. To a more limited extent, we also have several correspondent services that assist members in operational administration.

The primary way we obtain funding is through participation in the issuance of the FHLBank Systems unsecured debt securities, called Consolidated Obligations, in the global capital markets. Secondary sources of funding are capital and deposits we accept from our members. A critical component of the success of the FHLBank System is its ability to maintain a comparative advantage in funding, which is due largely to its GSE status and low risk operations. We regularly issue Obligations under a wide range of maturities, structures, and amounts, and at relatively favorable spreads to benchmark market interest rates (represented by U.S. Treasury securities and the London InterBank Offered Rate (LIBOR)) compared with many other financial institutions.

We achieve our mission through a cooperative business model. We raise private-sector capital from member stockholders and issue high-quality debt securities in the capital markets (along with other FHLBanks) in order to provide products and services (called Mission Asset Activity) to members and generate a competitive return on their capital investment in our company.

The primary products we offer are readily available low-cost loans called Advances, purchases of certain whole mortgage loans sold by qualifying members through the Mortgage Purchase Program (MPP), and Letters of Credit. We also offer affordable housing programs and related activities to support members in their efforts to assist low- and moderate-income households and their local communities. To a more limited extent, we also have several correspondent services that assist members in operational administration.

The primary way we obtain funding is through participation in the issuance of the FHLBank Systems unsecured debt securities, called Consolidated Obligations, in the global capital markets. Secondary sources of funding are capital and deposits we accept from our members. A critical component of the success of the FHLBank System is its ability to maintain a comparative advantage in funding, which is due largely to its GSE status and low risk operations. We regularly issue Obligations under a wide range of maturities, structures, and amounts, and at relatively favorable spreads to benchmark market interest rates (represented by U.S. Treasury securities and the London InterBank Offered Rate (LIBOR)) compared with many other financial institutions.


Our corporate objectives, listed below, are to promote housing finance among members and ensure our operations and governance are effective and efficient. The first three objectives drive how members derive value from being in the cooperative.

Mission Asset Activity: Implement strategies and tactics to effectively manage ongoing operations and promote members’ usage of our products and services.

Stock Return: Earn adequate profitability so that members receive a competitive long-term dividend rate on their capital stock investment.

Housing and Community Investment Programs: Maintain effective housing and community investment programs that maximize mandatory programs and offer additional voluntary contributions.

Safe and Sound Operations: Optimize the FHLB’s counterparty and deposit ratings, achieve an acceptable rating on annual regulatory examinations, and maintain an adequate amount and composition of capital.

Risk Management: Employ effective risk management practices and maintain risk exposures at low to moderate levels.

Governance: Operate in accordance with effective corporate governance processes



   Company Address: 600 Atrium Two, P.O. Box 598 Cincinnati 45201 OH
   Company Phone Number: 852-7500   Stock Exchange / Ticker: FHLBCI
   


   

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