Federal Home Loan Banks


Federal Home Loan Banks

Federal Home Loan Banks — кооператив, состоящий из 12 региональных ипотечных банков США.

Деятельность

Представлен в Атланте, Бостоне, Чикаго, Цинциннати, Далласе, Айове, Индианаполисе, Нью-Йорке, Питсбурге, Сан-Франциско, Сиэтле и Канзасе.

  • Активы — $1,32 трлн (на 31 марта 2008 года)
  • Ипотечный портфель — $913 млрд

На начало 2008 года в облигации трёх американских ипотечных агентств — Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac и Federal Home Loan Banks — была вложена почти четверть золотовалютных резервов Банка России, или 2,48 трлн руб. ($100,8 млрд). К середине 2008 года объём этих вложений был сокращён вдвое, причём в портфеле остались бумаги только Fannie Mae и Freddie Mac. За 1 полугодие 2008 года падение стоимости данных ценных бумаг составило 0,5-1 %, в то же время ставка купонного дохода по ним находилась на уровне 3,5 %.[1]

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