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This geocolor image shows Hurricane Katia (left), Hurricane Irma (middle), and Hurricane Jose (right) in the Atlantic Ocean on September 7, 2017. (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)

Hurricane & disaster information

FCA encourages Farm Credit System institutions to work with borrowers affected by hurricanes and other natural disasters. System institutions have considerable flexibility under FCA regulations to provide disaster relief to borrowers. For example, they may

The agency recognizes that disasters may also impair the ability of institutions to comply in a timely way with regulatory reporting and publishing requirements. Contact Robert Coleman, FCA’s chief examiner and the director of the Office of Examination, at 703-883-4246 if your institution needs relief from specific regulatory or reporting requirements.

For more information, see the board policy statement Disaster Relief Efforts by Farm Credit Institutions (Word), which took effect in July 2011.

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Page updated: June 01, 2018