AgriBank, one of four funding Banks in the Farm Credit System, has more than $130 billion in total assets. We're a cooperative lending institution owned by 14 Farm Credit Associations, which in turn support more than 375,000 farmers, ranchers and other rural customers.
The Federal Farm Credit Banks Funding Corporation raises funds AgriBank uses for loans and leases through the sale of Farm Credit Systemwide debt securities (bonds and notes) in U.S. and global money markets. Investors include commercial banks, corporations, insurance companies, investment advisers, money-market funds, municipalities, pension funds, states, and foreign banks and companies.
For detailed information about AgriBank and AgriBank District financial results, click on the links below. For additional information, contact AgriBank Communications at 651-282-8634 or
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Natalie Laackman, an outside appointed AgriBank Board member since 2013 and Compensation Committee Chair, resigned effective May 24, 2021.Friday, June 11, 2021
Joseph M. Busuttil, an outside appointed AgriBank Board member since 2018 and Audit Committee Chair, has announced he will resign effective March 9, 2021 due to a new professional opportunity as a director on the board of an international bank.
Tuesday, March 2, 2021
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|AgriBank Pays Quarterly Preferred Stock Dividend||https://info.agribank.com/news/Pages/dividendrelease2Q2021.aspx||AgriBank Pays Quarterly Preferred Stock Dividend||<p>Today,<strong> </strong>St. Paul-based AgriBank paid a quarterly cash dividend of $1.7188 per share on its 6.875 percent non-cumulative perpetual class A preferred stock to holders of record as of June 1, 2021.<br></p>||2021-07-01T05:00:00Z|
|AgriBank Reports First Quarter 2021 Financial Results||https://info.agribank.com/news/Pages/q12021earnings.aspx||AgriBank Reports First Quarter 2021 Financial Results||<p>Today, St. Paul-based
AgriBank announced financial results for the first quarter of 2021, with strong
profitability, credit quality, and liquidity and capital.<br></p>||2021-05-07T05:00:00Z|
2019 AgriBank Financial Reports
AgriBank 2019 Annual Report1,3
AgriBank Report Q3 20192
AgriBank Report Q2 20192
AgriBank Report Q1 20192
1Annual Report excluded the following regulatory disclosure and will not be re-issued: As of December 31, 2019, Mr. Dan Shaw, AgriBank Board member, serves on the Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation (Farmer Mac) Board, an agricultural secondary market real estate lending corporation, Washington, D.C.
2Quarterly Reports excluded the following regulatory disclosure and will not be re-issued: AgriBank Reports exclude information of District Associations. Unaudited combined AgriBank District financial information can be found in the “2019 District Financial Information” section of this page. Such information is not incorporated by reference into, and should not be a part of, these Quarterly Reports.
3Our 2019 and 2020 Annual Reports excluded certain regulatory disclosures as described below and will not be re-issued: In addition to the principal occupations previously disclosed, Ms. Natalie Laackman, former AgriBank appointed board member, served in the following positions in the last five years: Vice President of Global Finance, PureCircle Ltd., a food manufacturing company in Chicago, Ill., acquired in 2020 by Ingredion, a multinational ingredient provider; and, Chief Financial Officer, Banner Service Corporation, a producer of precision turned, ground, and polished bar in Carol Stream, Ill. Ms. Laackman began serving as Chief Financial Officer, MedSpeed LLC, a healthcare logistics company in Elmhurst Ill., in 2021.