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Advances

Types of Advances We Offer

We offer flexible advance products designed to meet your specific needs. FHLBank Atlanta advances provide an excellent source for liquidity and are effective tools for managing interest-rate risk and supporting asset / liability management strategies.

Different types of advance products can help you solve specific challenges.

  • Daily Rate Credit

    Provides overnight or short-term funding and the ability to prepay without a fee. Many of our members use Daily Rate Credit advances to provide liquidity and manage daily funding needs.

  • Fixed Rate Credit

    Fixed Rate Credit advances help you meet short-term liquidity needs, manage your balance sheet, and mitigate interest-rate risk.

  • Principal Reducing Credit

    Principal Reducing Credit advances allow you to match-fund loans (or pool of loans) as well as investments that have periodic repayment of principal.

  • Adjustable Rate Credit (ARC)

    Adjustable Rate Credit advances provide intermediate and long-term funding with rate resets at periodic intervals, usually tied to one-month or three-month LIBOR. ARC advances are great for managing interest-rate risk and funding adjustable-rate loans.

  • Floating-to-Fixed

    With the Floating-to-Fixed advance, the initial rate can be tied to three-month LIBOR for a set period. After the initial period, the interest changes to a fixed rate for the remainder of the term. The member can also set either the fixed or floating rate to align the advance structure to their assets.

  • Forward Starting

    Forward Starting advances let members lock in a fixed interest rate now while delaying funding on the advance to a specific date in the future.

  • Callable Fixed Rate Credit Floater

    With the Callable Fixed Rate Credit Floater advance, members can borrow term funding at short-term interest rates with the flexibility to cancel the advance without a prepayment fee. The advance’s interest rate floats based on the Bank’s short-term Fixed Rate Credit interest rate and resets periodically, typically every three, six, nine, or 12 months. The advance can be repaid on any reset date.

  • Expander Advance

    The Expander advance offers fixed-rate borrowing for a fixed maturity with an option for the borrower to increase the original principal amount at some future fixed date. It's useful for replacing deposit runoff in a rising interest-rate environment.

  • Embedded Interest Rate Swaps, Caps, and Floors

    Exchange interest payments for cash flow today with competitively priced swaps. Consider an interest rate cap or floor with highly customizable terms to protect against rising or falling interest rates.

  • Convertible

    Convertible advances offer members the flexibility to convert from floating to fixed interest rates and vice versa in order to meet their funding needs. Flipper and Knockout options offer even further customization.

  • Community Investment Program

    Community Investment Program advances allow members to fund affordable housing while maintaining profit margins and minimizing risk. Members can obtain discounted advances that are priced up to 10 basis points below regular advances to support qualified affordable housing development.

  • Economic Development Program

    Economic Development Program advances are priced up to 10 basis points below regular advance rates to help financial institutions and developers obtain funding for local economic development. The advance allows members to offer loans at lower rates, and with less interest-rate risk, to support projects that benefit low- to moderate-income communities.