Federal Reserve Bank Of St. Louis operates as a regional reserve bank in the United States. The company engages in conducting monetary policy and operating the payment system the United States. It also involves in supervising and regulating banking institutions, supervision of consumer affairs and CRA, providing credit to the banking system, and payment risk management activities. In addition, the company promotes stable prices and economic growth, provides payment services to financial institutions, and supports the U.S. treasury's financial operations. Federal Reserve Bank Of St. Louis was founded in 1914 and is based in St. Louis, Missouri with branches in Little Rock, Arkansas; Louisvill...
411 Locust Street
St. Louis, MO 63102
Founded in 1914
Federal Reserve Bank Of St. Louis Presents at Morningstar Annual Institutional Conference, Mar-05-2015
Feb 17 15
Federal Reserve Bank Of St. Louis Presents at Morningstar Annual Institutional Conference, Mar-05-2015 . Venue: JW Marriott Desert Ridge, Resort & Spa, Phoenix, Arizona, United States. Speakers: Kevin L. Kliesen, Business economist and research officer.
St. Louis Federal Bank Seeks Acquisitions
Feb 13 15
Federal Reserve Bank Of St. Louis is seeking acquisitions. Julie Stackhouse, St. Louis Federal Bank's Senior Vice President, said "We have a lot of capacity in the St. Louis metro area and we should expect to see continued M&A activity."
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Appoints Four New Members to Its Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council
Jan 16 15
The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis has appointed four new members to its Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council (CDIAC). Appointed to three-year terms ending in 2017 are: Jeffrey Dean Agee, president and CEO of First Citizens National Bank, Dyersburg, Tenn.; Jeffrey L. Lynch, president and CEO of Eagle Bank and Trust, Little Rock, Ark.; Elizabeth G. McCoy, president and CEO of Planters Bank, Hopkinsville, Ky.; and Eric R. Olinger, president of Freedom Bancorp, Huntingburg, Ind. The new members take the place of outgoing members Kirk P. Bailey, CEO of Magna Bank, Memphis, Tenn.; H. David Hale, chairman, president and CEO of First Capital Bank of Kentucky, Louisville, Ky.; Mark A. Schroeder, chairman and CEO, German American Bancorp, Jasper, Ind.; and Larry T. Wilson, president and CEO, First Arkansas Bank and Trust, Jacksonville, Ark.