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Who We Are

The Federal Home Loan Bank of Indianapolis is one of 11 independent regional cooperative banks across the U.S.

Who We Serve

The Federal Home Loan Bank of Indianapolis provides a reliable, cost effective, and flexible source of wholesale funding for its members.

Community & Housing Services

The Community Investments Department at FHLBank Indianapolis plays a pivotal role in providing safe and affordable housing to residents in Indiana and Michigan.

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New program!

The new Tribal Nations Housing Development Assistance Program will help Michigan's sovereign tribal nations to build more affordable housing and upgrade existing homes.

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Built to Serve

The Federal Home Loan Bank of Indianapolis is a regional wholesale bank that has been meeting the liquidity needs of member financial institutions throughout Indiana and Michigan since 1932.

Our Mission

Our core mission is to provide a reliable source of liquidity to member banks, credit unions, community development financial institutions and insurance companies to support housing finance, asset-liability management and community lending. We also help communities and families through grants and low-cost loans to our members that help support affordable housing and economic development initiatives.

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How We Serve

How We Serve

FHLBank Indianapolis serves a wide range of members large and small, from banks and credit unions to insurance companies and community development financial institutions. But how exactly do we do that? Watch our testimonial video and hear from the members themselves about the value we provide to their customers and their communities.

Privately Capitalized and Funded

FHLBank Indianapolis is one of 11 regional banks that make up the Federal Home Loan Bank System. FHLBanks are government-sponsored enterprises created by Congress to ensure access to low-cost funding for their member financial institutions. FHLBanks are privately capitalized and funded, and receive no Congressional appropriations. The Bank is owned by its approximately 400 Indiana and Michigan financial institution members. Watch this 60 second video to learn more about how the FHLBanks support a nation of local lenders.

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News

HomeBoost Down Payment Assistance Program returns with $5 million allocation Community Investments HomeBoost Down Payment Assistance Program returns with $5 million allocation After exhausting $2.5 million in just two months in 2023, FHLBank Indianapolis is relaunching the HomeBoost Down Payment Assistance Program with double the allocation — $5 million to help with down payment, closing and counseling costs. Former longtime Michigan Board member Jim Logue announces retirement from Cinnaire Member Announcements Former longtime Michigan Board member Jim Logue announces retirement from Cinnaire Former longtime FHLBank Indianapolis Board member Jim Logue, a renowned supporter and advocate of affordable housing initiatives in Michigan and across the country, has announced his retirement after 21 years at Cinnaire, most recently as the nonprofit's chief policy and advocacy officer. FHLBank Indianapolis awards $100,000 in Money Masters financial literacy scholarships Member Announcements FHLBank Indianapolis awards $100,000 in Money Masters financial literacy scholarships Financial literacy is a critical life skill for young people looking to build a secure future. That's why FHLBank Indianapolis is proud to announce that $100,000 has been awarded through our Money Masters Scholarship Program to college-bound students and rising seniors in Indiana and Michigan. National housing and wages report mirrors FHLBank Indianapolis findings Community Investments National housing and wages report mirrors FHLBank Indianapolis findings A new annual report by the National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) that highlights current trends in rental housing and average wages across the country echoes similar dismal findings of a housing needs assessment conducted by the Federal Home Loan Bank of Indianapolis in 2023.

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