Farmer Mac’s Chief Credit Officer Steps Down
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Farmer Mac’s Chief Credit Officer Steps Down

February 14, 2020
Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation, also known as Farmer Mac, has announced that J. Curt Covington has resigned as executive vice president and chief credit officer, effective today
Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation, also known as Farmer Mac, has announced that J. Curt Covington has resigned as executive vice president and chief credit officer, effective today.
 
Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation, also known as Farmer Mac, has announced that J. Curt Covington has resigned as executive vice president and chief credit officer, effective todayCovington joined Farmer Mac in January 2015 as senior vice president for agricultural finance. Earlier in his career, he was he managing director for the agriculture and rural banking division at Bank of the West and held management roles within the Farm Credit System and at Rabobank
 
“I'm very proud of the experienced and talented credit team at Farmer Mac and what we've been able to accomplish in support of rural America,” Covington said. “My resignation comes at a time when I need to spend more time at home to put more attention on my family. Sometime in the future I look forward to working again within the ag industry–which has been my passion my entire career–and it would be great if that work intersected with Farmer Mac.”

 
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