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CFC InterNotes

CFC offers InterNotes that are targeted at retail investors. Below is additional information on CFC Internotes.

Please refer to CFC's most current financial report for further information.

CFC Retail Investing Instrument Maturity Range Rate Options Market Security
InterNotes 9 months to 30 years Fixed or variable Public markets Unsecured

CFC InterNotes are senior unsecured debt obligations of CFC that are offered to individual investors.

They carry an A2 rating by Moody's and an A rating by S&P Global and Fitch Ratings. View CFC’s current credit ratings »

Structure

CFC InterNotes are generally offered at par in $1,000 increments. Maturities can range from nine months to 30 years. Bonds can be offered at both a fixed and floating rate.

Interest payments are made on a monthly, quarterly or semi-annual basis with payments and maturities occurring on the 15th of the month.

CFC has the option to issue its InterNotes on either a callable or non-callable basis. "Non-callable" means that CFC does not have the right to return the investor's principal and retire the note prior to the maturity date.

In addition, CFC InterNotes contain a "survivor's option" that allows the estate to put the bonds back to the issuer in case of death. This option is included at no extra charge.

Where can I find a prospectus on CFC InterNotes?

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How to Purchase

CFC InterNotes are designed for individual investors. CFC InterNotes are underwritten by Incapital LLC. For more information, contact your financial adviser or visit Incapital LLC at http://www.incapital.com/.

The issuer has filed a registration statement (including a prospectus) with the SEC for the offering to which this communication relates. Before you invest, you should read the prospectus and other documents CFC has filed with the SEC for more complete information about the issuer and this offering. You can get a free copy of documents by downloading the prospectus, visiting CFC's Financial Reporting page or at www.sec.gov.

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