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Community Investment Advance Paycheck Protection Program Lending Application Article Community Investment Advance Paycheck Protection Program Lending Application In light of the unprecedented need for lending due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines is temporarily expanding our Community Investment Advance (CIA) product to accept loans from Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)-eligible entities who did not previously qualify. Adjusted Eligibility Guidelines for Pledged Collateral Article Adjusted Eligibility Guidelines for Pledged Collateral This article outlines some of action steps we are taking to work with our members as they adjust to the changing needs of their borrowers. Eligibility of Pledged Loan Collateral FAQs Article Eligibility of Pledged Loan Collateral FAQs This FAQ provides information solely for maintaining the eligibility of loans for borrowers provided payment relief by members in the current economic environment. 4/14/2020 All-Member Webinar Video/Webinar 4/14/2020 All-Member Webinar To keep our members as informed as possible, our President and CEO Kris Williams, along with representatives from the Bank hosted this live webinar on Tuesday, April 14 to address member concerns around COVID-19 related issues. FHLB Des Moines: Your source for Paycheck Protection Funding Article FHLB Des Moines: Your source for Paycheck Protection Funding If your institution is looking for a price and duration certain source of funding to meet your expanding customer needs through the Paycheck Protection Program, consider using an FHLB Des Moines short-term advance. Serving You Since 1932: New Video Explains FHLB Des Moines Impact Article Serving You Since 1932: New Video Explains FHLB Des Moines Impact In our new video we break down how FHLB Des Moines functions within the FHLBank System, how we are able to provide liquidity to our members and how we will continue to be a reliable funding source during all types of economic cycles.