Tuesday, November 22, 2011

News of interest

This just in from the Alaska Commercial Fishing and Agriculture Bank:

Nov. 22, 2011

The Alaska Commercial Fishing and Agriculture Bank (CFAB) will be lowering its lending interest rate by 2 percent on existing and new loans effective Jan. 1, 2012.

Lela Klingert, CFAB chief executive, made the announcement at CFAB's annual meeting on Nov. 18.

CFAB is a private, member-owned cooperative providing financing to Alaskan-owned commercial fishing, tourism and resource businesses since 1980.

At the same meeting, incumbent board member Roseleen "Snooks" Moore was re-elected to a new three-year term.


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Anonymous said...

"Snooks"......double "hmmmmmmmmmmm"

Anonymous said...

Can you appreciate the IRONY of an Alaskan resident "purebred" loaning institute, CFAB, that got their start from a bunch of "f-ing outsider" farmers down in Spokane, guaranteed by the federal government, but only available to Alaskan residents?

Gotta hate that lower 48, right?

What a crock.

USA (Unbelievable State of Alaska) vs. The USA (United States of America)

Does the C in CFAB stand for Crooked?

Anonymous said...

Lowering by 2 percent, or by 2 percentage points? Because it's different.

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