Assistant Vice President and Interim Head of Financial Markets Group
Cindy Hull is an assistant vice president and interim head of the Financial Markets Group at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. In this role, she is responsible for analyzing public policy issues in financial markets and communicating findings to policymakers, regulators, industry leaders and the public.
Hull has more than 15 years of experience in trading, portfolio management, and operational readiness planning in the Markets Group at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. As part of a team that manages the Fed and U.S. Treasury holdings of foreign currency reserves, she led trading operations and developed a new governance framework for the Fed and U.S. Treasury holdings of foreign currency reserves. In addition, she led operational readiness initiatives to improve the capacity for the Markets Group to implement a wide-ranging set of existing and potential policy directives. Hull also played an instrumental leadership role in the Fed’s agency mortgage-backed securities purchase program.
Hull is a native of Puerto Rico and received a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and a master’s degree in International Affairs from Columbia University.
W. Scott Frame, Brian Greene, Cindy Hull and Joshua Zorsky, 2021. Fed’s Mortgage-Backed Securities Purchases Sought Calm, Accommodation During Pandemicy
Goldberg, Linda, Cindy Hull and Sarah Stein, 2013. Do Industrialized Countries Hold the Right Foreign Exchange Reserves? Federal Reserve Bank of New York Current Issues in Economics, vol. 19, no. 1, April.