July 23, 2016 1:04 PM ET

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Company Overview of Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

Company Overview

Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco operates as a federal reserve bank. The company’s services include participating in formulating and conducting monetary policies; participating in the payment systems, including large-dollar transfers of funds, automated clearinghouse operations, and check collections; distributing coins and currencies; performing fiscal agency functions for the U.S. Department of the Treasury (Treasury), certain federal agencies, and other entities; serving as the federal government’s bank; and providing short-term loans to depository institutions. Its services also include providing loans to participants in programs or facilities; providing educational materials and in...

101 Market Street

San Francisco, CA 94105

United States

Founded in 1913

Phone:

415-974-2000

Fax:

415-974-2855

Key Executives for Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

Chief Executive, President and Member of Executive Committee
Age: 53
Chief Operating Officer, First Vice President and Member of The Executive Committee
Chief Information Officer, Senior Vice President of Information & Technology Services and Member of Executive Committee
General Counsel, Group Vice President and Member of Executive Committee
Senior Vice President of Communications & Community Engagement and Member of Executive Committee
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Key Developments

Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Appoints Willa Seldon as a Member of Economic Advisory Council, Effective May 1, 2016

The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco announced that Willa Seldon, partner, the Bridgespan Group, was appointed a member of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco’s Economic Advisory Council (EAC), effective May 1, 2016. Ms. Seldon advises nonprofits, social enterprises and foundations – collaborating with leaders on refining their strategies and improving their operating and economic models. Building on her for-profit experience in joint ventures and mergers, she is a leader in Bridgespan’s work in cross-sector, nonprofit, and funder collaborations. She is a member of the Board of Directors of College Futures Foundation, former vice-chair of the Board of Trustees of Bryn Mawr College, and former chair of KQED.

Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Appoints Rosemary Turner as Member of Economic Advisory Council

The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco announced that Rosemary Turner, president of UPS Northern California, was appointed a member of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco’s Economic Advisory Council (EAC), effective February 1, 2016. In her 37 years with UPS she has managed areas that span West to East Coast. In her current role she ensures that UPS provides the logistical capabilities to support new business in Northern and Central California, and Northern Nevada. Her territory includes the metro areas of Bakersfield, Oakland, Reno, Sacramento, San Francisco, San Jose and Santa Barbara. Ms. Turner is also actively engaged within the community. She serves as the vice-chair for the Comcast Diversity & Inclusion Council, the board of directors for the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, and is a member of the Bay Area Council executive committee and co-chair of the Council’s transportation committee.

The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Announces Board Changes

The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco announced that Roger W. Replogle has been appointed product manager of the National Cash Product Office. Mr. Replogle is currently a senior vice president at the Bank, responsible for Cash Services, Administrative Services, Business Development, Customer Support, Facilities, Business Continuity and Police Services. He also serves as the Los Angeles Branch Manager. Mr. Replogle was appointed to replace James D. Narron, who will become first vice president and chief operating officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. Mr. Replogle joined the Los Angeles Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco in July 1980. His career at the Federal Reserve has encompassed a variety of functions with increasing responsibility in financial services, operations, and administrative areas, making him ideally suited to fill this critical role. Mr. Replogle’s operational responsibilities will be shifted to a newly created position, allowing him to focus exclusively on his CPO and Los Angeles Branch responsibilities.

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