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Company Overview of The Federal Reserve System

Company Overview

The Federal Reserve System is based in the USA.

20th Street and Constitution Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20551

United States

Founded in 1913

Phone:

202-452-2948

Fax:

202-452-6481

Key Executives for The Federal Reserve System

Chief Operating Officer and Director of Management Division
Age: 55
Chief Information Officer and Director of Information Technology Division
Director of Division of Banking Supervision and Regulation
Executive Vice President
Senior Vice President of National and Strategic Sales Accounts
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

The Federal Reserve System Key Developments

Federal Reserve Announces Executive Changes, Effective January 11, 2015

Federal Reserve Board appoints Thomas Laubach as director of the Division of Monetary Affairs. Mr. Laubach has served as associate director in the Division of Research and Statistics since 2012 and succeeds William B. English, who has been appointed senior special adviser to the Board, also effective January 11, 2015. As senior special adviser to the Board, Mr. English will continue to contribute to the monetary policy process and help support work related to the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) and, in particular, the work of the subcommittee on communications. Mr. English has served more than 22 years at the Federal Reserve Board, including four years as head of the Division of Monetary Affairs. As division director, Mr. Laubach will advise the Board and the FOMC on the conduct of monetary policy, including open market operations and the discount window. In recent years, he has played a central role in supporting the FOMCs monetary policy process. As associate director in the Division of Research and Statistics, Mr. Laubach has made extensive contributions to the Boards approach to forecasting and analyzing the U.S. economy. Mr. English began his career at the Board in 1992 as an economist and was appointed to the Boards official staff in 2001.

Barack Obama to Nominate Allan Landon to Join the Federal Reserve Board of Governors

President Barack Obama will nominate Allan Landon, a community banker from Hawaii, to join the Federal Reserve board of governors, the White House announced. Landon served as chairman and chief executive of Bank of Hawaii Corporation from 2004 to 2010, and at other positions in the bank for the four years prior to that.

Federal Reserve Board Appoints Thomas Laubach as Director of the Division of Monetary Affairs

The Federal Reserve Board announced the appointment of Thomas Laubach as director of the Division of Monetary Affairs, effective January 11, 2015. Mr. Laubach has served as associate director in the Division of Research and Statistics since 2012 and succeeds William B. English, who has been appointed senior special adviser to the Board, also effective January 11. As senior special adviser to the Board, Mr. English will continue to contribute to the monetary policy process and help support work related to the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) and, in particular, the work of the subcommittee on communications. Mr. English has served more than 22 years at the Federal Reserve Board, including four years as head of the Division of Monetary Affairs. As division director, Mr. Laubach will advise the Board and the FOMC on the conduct of monetary policy, including open market operations and the discount window. In recent years, he has played a central role in supporting the FOMC's monetary policy process.

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