CoBank to Hold 2019 Year-End Financial Conference Call and Webcast
DENVER (February 18, 2020) — CoBank, a cooperative bank serving agribusinesses, rural infrastructure providers and Farm Credit associations throughout the United States, will hold a conference call and webcast at noon Mountain Standard Time on Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2020, to discuss year-end financial results.
The call will feature remarks from CoBank President and Chief Executive Officer Thomas Halverson, Chief Financial Officer David P. Burlage and Board Chair Kevin Riel. Customer-owners and other participants will be able to submit questions during the call.
Joining via phone:
- Dial-in number: 833-659-7625
- Passcode: 5355599
Joining via the Internet:
- To register, visit https://edge.media-server.com/mmc/p/kh6jct5g
Instructions will be provided on how to submit questions during the webcast. In addition, you can submit questions in advance by emailing them to email@example.com.
CoBank is a $136 billion cooperative bank serving vital industries across rural America. The bank provides commercial loans, leases, export financing and other financial services to agribusinesses and rural power, water and communications providers in all 50 states. The bank also provides wholesale loans and other financial services to affiliated Farm Credit associations serving more than 70,000 farmers, ranchers and other rural borrowers in 23 states around the country.
CoBank is a member of the Farm Credit System, a nationwide network of banks and retail lending associations chartered to support the borrowing needs of U.S. agriculture, rural infrastructure and rural communities. Headquartered outside Denver, Colorado, CoBank serves customers from regional banking centers across the U.S. and also maintains an international representative office in Singapore.
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