Richmond Fed leaders recently spent time in Charlotte, N.C., for the latest regional economic forum.
This fall the Federal Reserve held two nationwide programs to support teachers’ instruction and students’ understanding of personal finance, economics and the role of the Fed.
Richmond Fed leaders recently visited Baltimore, Md., to learn more about the region’s economy, focusing on additive manufacturing, the business of cybersecurity and health care.
The Richmond Fed had a unique opportunity to ask students what they consider to be the biggest financial decisions they’ll make in their lives.
Our Bank's Community Development department is releasing two new publications that examine topical issues in the Fifth District.
More than 100 leaders in financial markets, the regulatory arena and academia attended the Richmond Fed’s seventh annual Credit Markets Symposium. View videos and more from the event.
Serving our country can be a challenge under even the best of circumstances. The Richmond Fed’s Alvin Peyton knows that based on experience, and he was recently recognized for helping a team member balance work and military service.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond is producing a new publication called 5E Navigator. The publication’s mission is to provide reliable information in an imaginative format to help people make informed decisions about their personal finances. Each issue of 5E Navigator takes the reader on a journey exploring a personal finance topic. The first issue features credit reports.
April is National Financial Literacy Month! The Richmond Fed will be engaged in a number of financial education activities across the Fifth Federal Reserve District during April. These activities, along with recently debuted resources, represent a snapshot of our ongoing financial education efforts throughout the year. These efforts focus on providing reliable economics-based information and tools to help people make informed decisions about their personal finances, especially key financial decisions that can have large and long-lasting impacts on their well-being.
As part of the commemoration of its centennial, the Federal Reserve has launched two new social media channels to help the public better understand the Fed and its history.