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Company Overview of Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

Company Overview

Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond operates as a central bank that sets monetary policy, supervises and regulates member financial institutions, and provides various financial services in District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and West Virginia. The company contributes to the formulation of the national monetary policy; gathers and analyzes regional economic data; processes currency, check, and electronic payments for banks; and provides financial services to the U.S. Treasury. It supervises and regulates bank holding companies, financial holding companies, and state member banks; handles requests from bank holding companies, state member banks, foreign organ...

701 East Byrd Street

Richmond, VA 23219

United States

Founded in 1914

Phone:

804-697-8000

Fax:

804-697-8255

Key Executives for Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

Chief Executive Officer and President
Age: 60
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Operating Officer and First Vice President
Chief Technology Officer and Senior Vice President
Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice President of Corporate Support Services
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Key Developments

Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Appoints Brielle Stanley as a Vice President in Human Resources

The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond announced that Brielle Stanley has been appointed as a vice president in Human Resources. The appointment was effective April 11. Stanley rejoins the Richmond Fed from WestRock, where she worked since 2006 in a variety of HR leadership roles, most recently as director of enterprise compensation. She worked for the Richmond Fed from 2001 until 2006.

Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Appoints Jerry L. Ocheltree as Charlotte Branch Director

The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Board of Directors has appointed Jerry L. Ocheltree, president and CEO of Carolina Trust Bank in Lincolnton, North Carolina, to serve on the Charlotte branch board for a three-year term. The appointment was effective March 3, 2016.

Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Appoints Kerri Coard as Assistant Vice President in Cash Services

The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond announced that Kerri Coard has been appointed an assistant vice president in Cash Services. The appointment was effective February 16. Coard joined the Richmond Fed in 2001 in Baltimore as a manager in Check Operations. She was promoted to senior manager in 2007 and named senior manager in Cash Services in 2009. Before joining the Richmond Fed, Coard worked for Provident Bank in Baltimore.

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