|Total offering||$50 million|
|Terms||Fixed interest rates; tenors of 6 months – 20 years|
|Sustainable impact||Support Century’s mission to deliver affordable housing where it is needed most|
|Ratings as of 12/14/20||S&P AA- | Fitch AA|
|Sustainalytics opinion||Sustainability Bond based on use of proceeds, project evaluation/selection, management of proceeds, and reporting|
|Redemption||Principal will be repaid at maturity. Prior to maturity, notes are not redeemable unless provisions for redemption are included in the pricing supplement. Notes may be repurchased by the issuer through the survivor’s option upon the death of the beneficial owner. See prospectus for details.|
*This is not an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any securities. Such an offer is made only by means of a current prospectus (including any applicable pricing supplement) for each of the respective notes. Such offers may be directed only to investors in jurisdictions in which the notes are eligible for sale. The notes have been designated Sustainability Bonds by Sustainalytics due to the environmental and social impacts of the housing created by Century’s financing of affordable housing. An S&P or Fitch credit rating is not a recommendation to buy, sell or hold notes and may be subject to suspension, reduction or withdrawal at any time. Please check the current pricing supplement for credit ratings assigned to notes currently being offered for sale. The sustainability designation and these credit ratings should not be the only factors investors rely on when assessing the merits and risk of this investment. Investors should rely on the terms as presented in the prospectus. Investors may obtain a current prospectus by visiting www.century.org/invest. The notes are subject to risks, including the loss of principal. Investors are urged to review the current prospectus before making any investment decision. No state or federal securities regulators have passed on or endorsed the merits of the offering of notes. Any representation to the contrary is unlawful. The notes will not be insured or guaranteed by the FDIC, SIPC or other governmental agencies. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.