Freddie Mac has a variety of debt products to help investors and dealers meet their investment needs. The company has approximately $273 billion in short-, medium- and long-term debt outstanding.
Value in Billions
|Instrument Type||2019 as of 1/31/2019|
|Overnight Discount Notes||1.0|
|Reference Bills® & Discount Notes||32.5|
|Medium Term Notes (MTN) Callable||92.1|
|Callables with Expired Options||15.8|
|Medium Term Notes (MTN) Other||29.6|
|USD Reference Notes®||65.1|
|Mortgage-Linked Amortizing Notes®||0.2|
|Single-family Structured Agency Credit Risk Notes||17.5|
|Multifamily Structured Credit Risk Note||0.1|
|Total Debt Outstanding||254.3|
1All figures are estimates based on Freddie Mac's unaudited internal reports and are subject to change. Totals may not recalculate due to rounding.
2All figures represent face amounts in USD. These figures could differ significantly from proceeds, amortized principal amount and book value figures, particularly for zero-coupon securities.
3Effective date for inclusion in the reported period is trade date.
4For non-dollar denominated instruments, the U.S. Dollar amounts reflected in the table above are based on the exchange rate at issuance.
5All figures do not include securities sold under agreements to repurchase and other secured borrowings.