The Bank's financial reports may be viewed
on the SEC
Annual Report & Advisory Council Annual Report
The Bank's Public Affairs Department produces
a number of publications that discuss the Bank's performance
and promote understanding of its various products, programs,
This report provides information on Bank products,
programs, and staff.
2015 report .
Advisory Council Annual Report
This report reviews the Bank's programs for housing and community
development. The Advisory Council is a 14-member body
that advises the Bank on matters affecting the Bank's
community-investment programs. Council members are drawn
from community and nonprofit organizations directly involved
in promoting low- and moderate-income housing in New England.
2015 report .
Maintaining the high value of membership
is the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston's constant objective.
This means providing a secure asset that pays a solid dividend
while delivering economical wholesale credit.
Dividend History – 2011 to date
Percentages shown for each quarter are annualized.)
On April 19, 2004, the Federal Home Loan Bank
of Boston implemented a new capital structure and stock-investment
rules to comply with the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999 and
regulations that were subsequently promulgated in 2001 by
the Bank's regulator, the Federal Housing Finance Board.