As a member-owned cooperative, CFC's obligation to uphold the highest standards of corporate governance and ethical conduct is essential for all of its stakeholders. This includes CFC's efforts to always conduct business ethically with its members, employees, business partners and the communities it serves.
The CFC Board of Directors provides oversight of the organization's affairs and corporate governance practices. Its management team fosters a commitment to ethical culture and maintains the processes, structures and policies to help ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
CFC believes its commitment to ethical business practices is a key to its success.
Throughout the years, CFC has earned a reputation as a leader in the rural cooperative community by consistently adhering to its values of service, integrity and excellence.
How employees conduct themselves individually and collectively is a direct reflection on the conduct of CFC. CFC's policies meet the highest standards of today's corporate governance practices and reflect compliance with all applicable requirements set forth by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, New York Stock Exchange and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.
Related policies include:
CFC’s policy for accounting, internal accounting controls and auditing matters pertaining to the company's business has been created in accordance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and the corporate governance rules of the NYSE. Interested parties who wish to communicate with the board of directors may direct correspondences as follows:
CFC Ethics & Fraud Helpline
Ethics & Fraud Helpline Resources
Vice President, Corporate Compliance
Send a letter to:
Attn: Corporate Compliance
National Rural Utilities
Cooperative Finance Corporation
20701 Cooperative Way
Dulles, VA 20166