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Job Family: Bank Supervision and Regulation

Bank Supervision and Regulation

One of the key functions of Federal Reserve Banks, this department promotes a robust financial system through effective supervision of banks, access to liquidity, identification of critical risks and advancement of risk management practices.

“My job as a bank examiner allows me to travel throughout our District and make sure each member bank is complying with all the applicable regulations. We’re not just called to regulate, but also to educate. Each and every day I know that I am charged with making a difference and I look forward to the opportunity to do so.”

– Dominic, Associate Examiner
   Supervision, Regulation & Credit

Typical Opportunities:

  • Bank Examiner — Bank examiners supervise and review financial institutions by assessing risk, internal controls and risk management practices, analyzing internal reports, and talking with bank managers about issues and risk topics affecting the financial services industry.
  • Quantitative Analyst — Support risk assessments and supervision of large financial institutions by conducting financial and quantitative analysis and research. Quantitative analysts also advise our Bank’s leaders on policy issues related to the regulation of banks and financial markets, prepare reports on current and emerging supervisory issues, and help train examiners.
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