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Money Market Mutual Funds: Whats New

LindaPatterson,Patterson&Associates,Austin,TX DenisedeBombelles,FHLB,Washington,D.C. MaryChristineJackson,StateofMarylandTreasury MichaelMorin,FidelityInvestments,RI AndrewHollenhorst,Citi Bank,NY

5/21/14

What and Why the Focus onMoney Market Mutual Funds

o Popularinvestmentforpublicfunds Directinvestmentorsweepvehicle SECregisteredsecurities notmoneymarketaccounts

o RegistrationandoversightbytheSEC

o Strivingtomaintaina$1netassetvalue Dollarin dollarout

o Modelformostinvestmentpools

Money Market Mutual Fund Types

o ConstantDollarFunds Strivestomaintain$1NAV Builtforliquidity Collarforsafety

o FluctuatingNetAssetFunds Fluctuateswithmarketvalue Builtforlongertermyield Possiblelossofprincipal

MMMF FrameworkChanges in Place since 2010

o Addedsecurityrequirementsonmutualfundso Respondingtomarketconditionsandrisk

o Changesinvolved: Liquidity Creditquality Reporting Stresstestsandliquidationpreparation

Why the Changes?o Answerliesintheyieldcurveo Weightoffundssittinguncertaininmoneyfunds

Andpoolsstructuredasfundso Quickreversalorextensionscouldcreaterunso Quickliquidationcouldbreakthebuck

CaseofReserveFundin2012 Investorscanreceivelessthan$1for$1

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o/n 3mo 6mo 1yr 2yr 3yr 5yr 7yr 10yr 30yr

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Types of MMMFo Furtherimpactlieswiththeprimefunds

Notretailfundswithlimitsonredemptionsto$1millionperday Treasuryandgovernmentobligationsexpectedtobeexemptfromnewchanges

o TypesofMMMF Treasury

USTreasuryObligations&repowithtreasuries Government

UStreasuriesandagencies&repobackedbytreasuriesandagencies EnhancedGovernment

SameasGovernmentbutincludingCP Prime(GeneralPurposeFunds)

treasuries,agencies,CP,BA,orcorporateto5%,repo

Impact on Public Fundso Reportingchanges

IfthischangestoaNAVfund youmustreportgain/losses NAVfundssharepricesmovewithmarketvaluetorecognizerisk

o Poolsdefinedas2a7likeorsimplymoneymarketfundsmaychange

o Defineyourauthorizationsclearlyinpolicy fundsstrivingtomaintaina$1netassetvalue Clarifyyouruseasadirectsecurityorasweep Clarifyyouruseofinvestmentpoolsiftheychoosetochange

o Getandreadtheprospectus Checkhistoricalrates Checktheexpensefee Choosethetypethatfitsyourisktolerance

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Money Market Mutual Fund Update: FHLB Perspective

DenisedeBombelles,VicePresident,InvestorRelations,FederalHomeLoanBanksOfficeofFinance

FHLB Financial Disclosures

Statements contained in this presentation may be forward-looking statements, including statements describing the objectives, projections, estimates, orfuture predictions of the FHLBanks and Office of Finance. These statements may use forward-looking terminology, such as anticipates, believes, could,estimates, may, should, will, or their negatives or other variations on these terms. Investors should note that, by their nature, forward-looking statementsinvolve risks or uncertainties. Therefore, the actual results could differ materially from those expressed or implied in these forward-looking statements or couldaffect the extent to which a particular objective, projection, estimate, or prediction is realized.

These forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties including, but not limited to, the following: changes in the general economy, employmentrates, housing market activity and housing prices, and the size and volatility of the residential mortgage market; volatility of market prices, interest rates, andindices or other factors that could affect the value of investments or collateral held by the FHLBanks resulting from the effects of, and changes in, variousmonetary or fiscal policies and regulations, including those determined by the Federal Reserve Board and the FDIC, or a decline in liquidity in the financialmarkets; political events, including legislative, regulatory, judicial, or other developments that affect the FHLBanks, their members, counterparties or investorsin the consolidated obligations of the FHLBanks, including changes in the FHLBank Act, housing GSE reform, Finance Agency actions or regulations thataffect FHLBank operations, and regulatory oversight; competitive forces, including other sources of funding available to FHLBank members, and other entitiesborrowing funds in the capital markets; demand for FHLBank advances resulting from changes in FHLBank members deposit flows and credit demands; lossof large members and repayment of advances made to those members due to institutional failures, mergers, consolidations, or withdrawals from membership;changes in domestic and foreign investor demand for consolidated obligations or the terms of interest-rate exchange agreements and similar agreements,including changes in the relative attractiveness of consolidated obligations as compared to other investment opportunities and changes resulting from anymodification of credit ratings; the availability, from acceptable counterparties, of derivative financial instruments of the types and in the quantities needed forrisk management purposes; the ability to introduce new products and services and successfully manage the risks associated with those products andservices, including new types of collateral used to secure advances; and the effect of new accounting guidance, including the development of supportingsystems and related internal controls.

Investors are encouraged to consider these and other risks and uncertainties that are discussed in periodic combined financial reports and in reports filed byeach FHLBank with the Securities and Exchange Commission. None of the FHLBanks or the Office of Finance undertakes any obligation to publicly update orrevise any forward-looking statements contained in this presentation, whether as a result of new information, future events, changed circumstances, or anyother reason.

This data has not been audited and has been prepared for informational purposes only. While it is believed to be correct, accuracy cannot be guaranteed.

This is not an offer to sell. FHLBank debt is not an obligation of or guaranteed by the United States and may not be offered or sold in any jurisdiction requiring its registration. No recommendation is made concerning the securities described. Please refer to the offering documents before purchasing these securities.

FHLB System Overview

HAWAII

ALASKA

Atlanta

Cincinnati

Dallas

Des Moines

Indianapolis

PittsburghSan Francisco

Seattle

U.S. Territories

Puerto RicoVirgin Islands

GuamAmerican Samoa

Topeka

Chicago

Boston

New York

The12FHLBanksaregovernmentsponsoredenterprises(GSEs)organizedunderanactofCongress(FederalHomeLoanBankActof1932)

FHLBanksservethegeneralpublicbyprovidingreadilyavailable,lowcostfundingtoover7,500members,therebyincreasingtheavailabilityofcreditforresidentialmortgagelendingandinvestmentinhousingandcommunitydevelopment

FHLBanksfundtheiroperationsprincipallythroughthesaleofdebtsecuritiesthroughtheOfficeofFinance

How the System Works

MembersInvestors FHLBanks

Collateral

Advances

DebtSecurities

IssuanceProceeds

IssuanceProceeds

All senior unsecured debt securities issued throughthe Office of Finance (Consolidated Obligations)are the joint and several obligations of the entireFHLBank System.

Current ratings: S&P: AA+ / A-1+ / stable outlook Moodys: Aaa / P-1 / stable outlook

Homeowners

MortgageLending&CommunityInvestment

InvestmentCapital

Office ofFinanceDealers

DebtSecurities

ThetwelveregionalFHLBanks arelinkedby:

Acommonmissiontosupporthousing Asharedsafetyandsoundnessregulator

(FHFA) Asharedresponsibilitytofullyrepayallsenior

unsecureddebtobligations

($ in billions) 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Advances 929 631 479 418 426 499

Investments 306 284 330 271 266 243

Mortgage Loans Held for Portfolio(1) 87 71 61 53 50 45

Other 27 30 8 24 21 47

Total Assets 1,349 1,016 878 766 763 834

Retained Earnings 2.9 6.0 7.5 8.6 10.5 12.2

Total Capital (GAAP) 51 43 44 40 42.5 45

Regulatory Capital(2) 60 60 57 53 51 51

Regulatory Capital Ratio 4.42% 5.92% 6.53% 6.91% 6.69% 6.06%

Net Income 1.2 1.9 2.1 1.6 2.6 2.5

Financial Highlights

Source:CombinedFinancialReports subjecttorounding

(1) MPF/MPP

(2)Thedifferencebetweentotalcapital(GAAP)andregulatorycapitalrelatesprimarilytoaccumulatedothercomprehensiveincome(loss),whichisexcludedfromregulatorycapital,andmandatorilyredeemablecapitalstock,whichisincludedinregulatorycapital.

Total Debt Outstanding

Source:FHLBanksOfficeofFinance bysettlementdate asof4/30/14andsubjecttorounding

631

479418 426

499

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100

200

300

400

500

600

700

800

900

1,000

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Globals Bullets/TAPs FloatingRateNotes Callable/Structured DiscountNotes

932

692 688

767

Advances

772797

Debt Outstanding ---------------------------

Advances Outstanding

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-298

-135------------

-152

-105------------

-61

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73

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YTD Net Change: ($ in billions)

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