FHLB Dallas stock is not publicly traded, but FHLB Dallas is registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Our SEC filings and other helpful investor relations information, including reports, dividends, and credit ratings may be viewed and/or downloaded below.
FHLB Dallas raises money by issuing debt instruments into the capital markets. These debt instruments, known as consolidated obligations, are the joint and several obligations of the 11 FHLBanks. The debt instruments are issued through the Office of Finance, acting as an agent for the FHLBanks. All consolidated obligations carry credit ratings from both Moody's (Aaa and P-1) and Standard & Poor's (AA+ and A-1+). FHLB Dallas is rated Aaa by Moody's and AA+ by S&P.
Stress Test Results
Stress testing has evolved as an important analytical tool for evaluating capital adequacy under adverse economic conditions.
regularly uses stress tests in its capital planning to measure its exposure to material risks and to evaluate the adequacy of capital resources available to absorb potential losses arising from those risks. Among other things,
takes the results of its stress tests into account in making changes, as appropriate, to
’ capital structure (including the level and composition of capital); its exposures, concentrations and risk positions; any plans for recovery and resolution; and to improve its overall risk management. FHLB Dallas
Download the 2019 Annual Stress Test Disclosure.
View FHLB Dallas' latest SEC filings on the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) website. Below are the most recent quarterly and annual reports and related interactive data filings.
Annual Report on Form 10-K
Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q
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FHLB Dallas is focused on providing members with access to competitively priced funds while paying dividends at rates that are comparable with low-key money market investments.
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