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Organization of the FCS

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Federal Farm Credit Banks Funding Corporation

The Funding Corporation is owned by the FCS banks. It markets the securities—chiefly bonds and discount notes—that the banks sell in the Nation’s capital markets to raise loan funds. This is how FCS institutions obtain the majority of their loan funds. These securities are offered by the Funding Corporation through a nationwide group of securities dealers and dealer banks. For more information, visit the Funding Corporation’s Web site.

Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation

The Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation (Farmer Mac) is a Government-sponsored enterprise with the mission of providing a secondary market for agricultural real estate and rural housing mortgage loans. For more information, see the Farmer Mac page on FCA's Web site.

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