President's Report

At the Bank

September 5
At the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York, we recognize our dependability helps drive the value of membership. Whether it be the daily availability of our funding, the broad accessibility of our housing programs or the continued solid performance of our franchise,...more

Dividend Announcement

August 17
I am pleased to announce that, on August 17, 2017, your Board of Directors approved a dividend for the second quarter of 2017 of 5.50% (annualized). The dollar amount of the dividend will be approximately $85.4 million. The cash dividend will be distributed to member...more

Prior Issues


Press Releases

Federal Home Loan Bank of New York
Makes $1 Billion in Disaster Relief Funding Available

September 28
- FHLBNY also donates an additional $500,000 to hurricane relief efforts - New York, NY – In response to the severe and extensive damage caused by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York (FHLBNY) has made $1 billion in...more

Prior Releases


Bulletins & Memos

FHLBNY Capital Plan Revisions

July 14
On August 1, 2017, the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York (“FHLBNY”) will reduce its Membership Stock Purchase Requirement (“MSPR”), thereby reducing the capital its members hold as owners of the cooperative. As a member of the FHLBNY, you...more

Prior Issues


Member Advantage

A Vital Source of Guidance

Second Quarter 2017
Read this edition to learn about the vital guidance our Board of Directors provides for our cooperative, a new secondary market outlet for mortgages, ways to enhance your liquidity position and more...more

Prior Issues

Announcements & Reminders

FHC Enrollment Period Deadline: December 10


Members may enroll an unlimited # of qualified households.The Enrollment Form must be received via email to fhc@fhlbny.com no later than Thursday, December 10, 2015, by 5pm EST.

Upcoming Events

October 22
New Jersey Credit Union League - 83rd Annual Meeting and Convention

October 24
MPF Webinar: Essent Presents K-1s: Are Distributions Enough? A New Look at Partnerships and S-Corps