31 /PRNewswire/ -- The Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation (Nasdaq: FAMCA, FAMCK) (Farmer Mac) announced today that it and Western Farm Credit Bank ("Western") have settled the litigation Farmer Mac commenced in Washington, D.
What does WFCB stand for?
WFCB stands for Western Farm Credit Bank (Sacramento, CA)
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Previously he worked for Western Farm Credit Bank for four years.
AgFunding, a division of the Western Farm Credit Bank, recently announced that effective August 16 it is ending its role as a Farmer Mac intermediary and closing its loan pooling program.
Clark of Farmer Mac, 202-872-7700, or Mary Maloney of Western Farm Credit Bank, 916-485-6104/ CO: Farmer Mac; Western Farm Credit Bank ST: California, District of Columbia IN: FIN AGR SU: DC-AM -- DC025 -- 1252 12/01/94 12:45 EST
WASHINGTON, April 27 /PRNewswire/ -- The Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation (Farmer Mac), announced today that the Western Farm Credit Bank (Western) has been certified as a "pooler" (Certified Facility) in the Farmer Mac I program.