FHLB Dallas’ Capital Plan establishes guidelines for the amount of FHLB Dallas stock member institutions are required to hold, along with other terms and conditions of FHLB Dallas' capital stock. In 2015, Capital Plan amendments provided for the bifurcation of members’ shares into membership investment and activity-based investment stock. The amended Capital Plan also authorized the Board of Directors (Board) to declare dividends on the two sub-classes of stock at different rates.
2020 Special Advances Offering with Reduced Capitalization Requirement
The Board recently authorized FHLB Dallas to reduce the activity-based capital stock investment requirement from 4.1 percent to 2 percent for up to $5 billion of advances that are funded during the period from April 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020. To be eligible for the reduced activity-based investment requirement, the advances must have a maturity of one year or greater.
To learn more about the special advances offering with reduced capital stock requirement, you may
view this recorded webinar, see the associated Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and/or refer to the
February 28 member bulletin.
To learn more about FHLB Dallas' Capital Plan, see the major provisions summary, or the complete Capital Plan.