Three FHLBs increase loans by $150 billion in Q1

Atlanta, Cincinnati and Dallas dominate first-quarter lending splurge despite accounting for just 37% of total assets

Last quarter’s record-breaking rise in advances from Federal Home Loan Banks was driven by three of them in particular, a Risk Quantum analysis has found. Between them, FHLBs Atlanta, Cincinnati and Dallas accounted for 68% of the increase, despite only holding 37% of the system’s total assets.

FHLB Dallas added $55.7 billion (80.2%) to its advances, the largest increase of the 11 privately capitalised banks that make up the system. Most of this amount was attributable to a single bank

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