Richmond Fed President Jeffrey M. Lacker was guest host of CNBC's "Squawk Box" program to discuss the Federal Reserve Centennial.
In an interview with the Richmond Times-Dispatch’s John Reid Blackwell, Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker discussed his role as a central banker, his perspectives on such issues as “too big to fail” and Fed history.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker met with WirtschaftsWoche’s Angela Hennersdorf and discussed monetary policy and banking regulation.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker appeared on Bloomberg's 'Capitol Gains' where he talked about "too big to fail" banks.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker met with Bloomberg's Peter Cook to talk about economic conditions and financial regulation.
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond President Jeffrey M. Lacker will discuss issues related to financial stability, including living wills, “too big to fail” and the use of bankruptcy law in resolving the failing of large financial firms.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker discussed Virginian Carter Glass’ role in the development of the Federal Reserve System. A Democrat, Glass served in Congress and later as Secretary of the Treasury.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey M. Lacker was interviewed on CNBC's "Squawk Box" program at the Bank's 2013 Credit Markets Symposium in Charlotte, N.C.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker and Chicago Fed President Charles Evans offered their contrasting monetary policy perspectives during a discussion titled “Monetary Policy: Opportunities and Limits.” Former Richmond Fed President Al Broaddus moderated the April 2 discussion, which was sponsored by Virginia Commonwealth University.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker took part in a panel discussion, “Help or Harm: Central Bank Monetary Policies at the Outer Limits,” at the National Association for Business Economics 2013 Economic Policy Conference on March 5 in Washington, D.C.