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The president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago serves as the chief executive officer of the Bank. This leader is responsible for all the Bank's activities, including monetary policy, bank supervision and regulation, and payments services. The president sets and communicates the strategic vision for the Bank and develops effective strategies and goals to achieve it. The president serves on the Federal Open Market Committee, the Federal Reserve's chief monetary policymaking body.



The role of a Reserve Bank CEO is unique and complex with a wide range of responsibilities. Learn more about the job, its responsibilities, and the experiences and competencies needed.

When the search committee has completed its outreach efforts, the feedback and input collected from the public will be used to revise the position description as applicable. A final version of the position description will be posted at that time.


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