Agriculture is a major economic force in Canada. It’s dynamic and diverse, filled with forward-thinking and innovative people. And it’s growing. Whether it’s primary production or agribusiness and agri-food, the outlook has never been so bright in terms of opportunities and potential.
The industry’s continued strength is critical to Canada’s future. FCC plays an important role in the market, providing a range of financial products, business services and knowledge programs to customers across the entire agriculture value chain.
Agriculture is FCC’s sole focus. This makes us unique among financial institutions. As a self-sustaining federal Crown corporation, FCC is financially stable. Our strong bottom line allows us to not only fund our day-to-day operations; we can also invest in advancing the business of agriculture and engage Canadians in learning more about an industry that touches so many lives.
FCC’s ongoing stability and consistent presence in the financial services marketplace has another benefit. It inspires confidence in our more than 100,000 customers, who tell us that they choose FCC for two reasons. The first is our quality products and services. Second and just as important is the time we take to build personal relationships. They appreciate our commitment to them and to agriculture over the long term. This gives them the confidence to grow and expand, knowing that FCC will be by their side to support them.
Everything we do is built on sound business principles. The strength of our business – strong equity position, positive net income, loan portfolio of more than $25 billion and 20 consecutive years of growth – is the result of a planned and prudent approach to being the best financial services provider we can be.
At FCC, we strive to conduct business in a manner consistent with developing and supporting a strong and healthy agriculture industry. We’re committed to helping the industry thrive and grow.
Agriculture matters. We’re working hard to make FCC matter to agriculture and the people who make it great.
Download the full 2012-13 Annual Report or just the section that you require.
- Operational and financial highlights (PDF)
- Messages from the President and CEO, Board Chair and Minister of AAFC (PDF)
- Public policy (PDF)
- Corporate governance (PDF)
- Corporate social responsibility (PDF)
- Management's discussion and analysis (MD&A) (PDF)
- Financial statements (PDF)
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