FHLB Cincinnati is monitoring the novel coronavirus and has acted to prepare for its impact. Our primary concerns are the health and safety of our employees and members, and maintaining reliable access to liquidity.Read more
We were created by Congress in 1932 to provide housing finance access to our members. We are owned by the financial institutions with which we do business, and we do not receive any taxpayer dollars. Profits are returned to members as dividends and also support affordable housing.
Our membership comprises 640 financial institutions throughout Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee. We provide products and services that support housing finance and community development.Learn more
We provide members and housing organizations with grants and below-market interest rate loans when these funds are used for targeted low-income and community lending purposes. Since 1990, those awards have totaled more than $749 million.