Farm Credit Canada is accountable and transparent to our customers and stakeholders. This is where you can access information about our activities and how we manage resources.
As a federal Crown corporation, FCC is transparent and accountable to all Canadians. View previous ATI requests or submit an ATI request.
Acting with integrity is a core value of FCC. We encourage our employees and our customers to speak up in good faith and report possible Code violations.
Farm Credit Canada controls the collection, use, and disclosure of personal information in accordance with all requirements set out in the Privacy Act.
Learn more about FCC’s privacy impact assessments and our commitment to protecting your privacy.
FCC is building a strong social network within Canadian agriculture. Connect with us, join the conversation, and stay up to date on the latest FCC happenings, industry news and trends.
Farm Credit Canada procures goods and services with transparency and fairness to support opportunities for suppliers to compete and do business with us.
Learn about FCC business, financial results and our focus for the future.
Prior to 2008, FCC issued debt in the capital and money markets. In 2008, the Government of Canada launched the Consolidated Borrowing Program and since then, FCC has borrowed directly from the government.
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Members of the Enterprise Management Team meet with a range of industry partners on behalf of FCC to ensure that the corporation's products and services fulfil the needs of farmers, agribusinesses and agri-food operators. The FCC Board of Directors meet regularly to ensure that the corporation remains focused on its vision, mission, and values, and fulfils its public policy role. Some travel is required for these positions.