Reviews the Bank's operations and includes the article entitled "Accounting for Corporate Behavior"
Al Broaddus and Walter Varvel reflect on the nation's recovery from the 2001 recession, as well as discuss the challenges faced by the Richmond Fed and its accomplishments in 2002.
The strength of corporate governance arrangements in American corporations became a subject of hot debate in 2002 as accounting scandals unfolded at several large firms. John Weinberg looks at the debate in terms of the fundamental challenge in governance arrangements: how does a large business align the incentives of its professional managers with those of its widely dispersed shareholders?
Photos and listings of the Bank's boards of directors and advisory councils.
Photo and list of Bank officers.
Comparative financial statements and footnotes for 2002. Also includes Management Assertion and Report of Independent Auditors.
Amanda L. Kramer