Central Liquidity Facility (CLF)

Definition

A government-owned corporation whose purpose is to accommodate credit unions by providing funds during unexpectedly illiquid times. This institution was established in 1979 and provides short or long-term funds to credit unions based upon their individual needs. Membership is voluntary.
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