Federal Home Loan Bank Of Pittsburgh  (FHLBPI)
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 Employees 213
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 772
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) 582
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Federal Home Loan Bank Of Pittsburgh

The Bank’s mission is to provide its members with readily available liquidity, including serving as a low-cost source of funds for housing and community development. The Bank strives to enhance the availability of credit for residential mortgages and targeted community development. The Bank manages its own liquidity so that funds are available to meet members’ demand for advances (loans to members and eligible nonmember housing associates). By providing needed liquidity and enhancing competition in the mortgage market, the Bank’s lending programs benefit homebuyers and communities.

The Bank is one of 11 Federal Home Loan Banks (FHLBanks). The FHLBanks operate as separate entities with their own managements, employees and boards of directors. The 11 FHLBanks, along with the Office of Finance (OF - the FHLBanks’ fiscal agent) comprise the FHLBank System. The FHLBanks were organized under the authority of the Federal Home Loan Bank Act of 1932, as amended (the Act). The FHLBanks are commonly referred to as government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs), which generally mean they are a combination of private capital and public sponsorship. The public sponsorship attributes include: (1) being exempt from federal, state and local taxation, except real estate taxes; (2) being exempt from registration under the Securities Act of 1933 (the 1933 Act) (although the FHLBanks are required by Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA or Finance Agency) regulation and the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008 (the Housing Act or HERA) to register a class of their equity securities under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (the 1934 Act)) and (3) having a line of credit with the U.S. Treasury. This line represents the U.S. Treasury’s authority to purchase consolidated obligations in an amount up to $4 billion.

The Bank is a cooperative institution, owned by financial institutions that are also its primary customers. Any building and loan association, savings and loan association, commercial bank, homestead association, insurance company, savings bank, credit union, community development financial institution (CDFI), or insured depository institution that maintains its principal place of business in Delaware, Pennsylvania or West Virginia and that meets varying requirements can apply for membership in the Bank. All members are required to purchase capital stock in the Bank as a condition of membership. The capital stock of the Bank can be purchased only by members.

The Bank’s primary mission is to intermediate between the capital markets and the housing market through member financial institutions. The Bank provides credit for housing and community development through two primary programs. First, it provides members with advances against the security of residential mortgages and other types of high-quality collateral. Second, the Bank purchases residential mortgage loans originated by or through eligible member institutions. The Bank also offers other types of credit and noncredit products and services to member institutions. These include letters of credit, interest rate exchange agreements (interest rate swaps, caps, collars, floors, swaptions and similar transactions), affordable housing grants, securities safekeeping, and deposit products and services. The Bank issues debt to the public (consolidated obligation bonds and discount notes) in the capital markets through the OF and uses these funds to provide its member financial institutions with a reliable source of credit for these programs. The U.S. government does not guarantee the debt securities or other obligations of the Bank or the FHLBank System.

As a GSE, the Bank’s principal strategic position has historically been derived from its ability to raise funds in the capital markets at narrow spreads to the U.S. Treasury yield curve. This fundamental competitive advantage, coupled with the joint and several cross-guarantee on FHLBank System debt, has distinguished the Bank in the capital markets and has enabled it to provide attractively priced funding to members.

Though chartered by Congress, the Bank is privately capitalized by its member institutions, which are voluntary participants in its cooperative structure. The characterization of the Bank as a voluntary cooperative with the status of a federal instrumentality differentiates the Bank from a traditional banking institution in three principal ways:

Members voluntarily commit capital required for membership principally to gain access to the funding and other services provided by the Bank. The value in membership is derived from the access to liquidity and the availability of favorably priced liquidity, as well as the potential for a dividend on the capital investment. Management recognizes that financial institutions choose membership in the Bank principally for access to attractively priced liquidity, the value of the products offered within this cooperative, and the potential to receive dividends.

Because the Bank’s customers and shareholders are predominantly the same institutions, normally there is a need to balance the pricing expectations of customers with the dividend expectations of shareholders. By charging wider spreads on loans to customers, the Bank could potentially generate higher earnings and potentially dividends for shareholders. Yet these same shareholders viewed as customers would generally prefer narrower loan spreads. The Bank strives to achieve a balance between the goals of providing liquidity and other services to members at advantageous prices and potentially generating a market-based dividend. The Bank typically does not strive to maximize the dividend yield on the stock, but to produce a dividend that compares favorably to short-term interest rates, compensating members for the cost of the capital they have invested in the Bank.

The Bank is different from a traditional banking institution because its GSE charter is based on a public policy purpose to assure liquidity for its members and to enhance the availability of affordable housing for lower-income households. In upholding its public policy mission, the Bank offers a number of programs that consume a portion of earnings that might otherwise be available to its shareholders. The cooperative GSE character of this voluntary membership organization leads management to strive to optimize the primary purpose of membership, access to funding, as well as the overall value of Bank membership.

Nonmember Borrowers. In addition to member institutions, the Bank is permitted under the Act to make advances to nonmember housing associates that are approved mortgagees under Title II of the National Housing Act. These eligible housing associates must be chartered under law, be subject to inspection and supervision by a governmental agency, and lend their own funds as their principal activity in the mortgage field. The Bank must approve each applicant. Housing associates are not subject to certain provisions of the Act that are applicable to members, such as the capital stock purchase requirements. However, they are generally subject to more restrictive lending and collateral requirements than those applicable to members. Housing associates that are not state housing finance agencies are limited to pledging to the Bank as security for advances their Federal Housing Administration (FHA) mortgage loans and securities backed by FHA mortgage loans. Housing associates that are state housing finance agencies (that is, they are also instrumentalities of state or local governments) may, in addition to pledging FHA mortgages and securities backed by FHA mortgages, also pledge the following as collateral for Bank advances: (1) U.S. Treasury and agency securities; (2) single and multifamily mortgages; (3) AAA-rated securities backed by single and multifamily mortgages; and (4) deposits with the Bank.

   Company Address: 601 Grant Street Pittsburgh, 15219 PA
   Company Phone Number: 288-3400   Stock Exchange / Ticker: FHLBPI

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