The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston supports sound principles of corporate governance and is committed to incorporating those values in its operations. The Bank believes that sound corporate governance is necessary to maintain the trust and respect of its stakeholders and to facilitate the integrity of its performance and financial reportings.
On December 23, 1913, the Federal Reserve Act became law, and within a year the 12 Federal Reserve Banks were open for business. The Boston Fed, along with the other 11 Federal Reserve Banks nationwide and the Board of Governors in Washington, D.C., make up our nation's central bank. The Boston Fed serves the First Federal Reserve District that includes the six New England states: Connecticut (excluding Fairfield County), Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.
The Bank president's meetings with external parties are disclosed on our website.
In order to promote transparency and in response to media interest, the Federal Reserve Banks have made available the financial disclosure forms and related documents filed by their current Presidents with their respective Federal Reserve Bank Ethics Officers. The information will cover the most recent years the Presidents have served in their current positions through 2012, the most recent year of filing.
To request a copy of these documents, please contact:
Thomas L. Lavelle
Public Information Officer
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