Supervision conducts examinations, provides guidance and reviews compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
Questions about bank/financial holding company applications may be directed here.
The St. Louis Fed’s Cash operations meet banks’ demands for coin and currency, test the notes for authenticity to ensure they’re not counterfeit and then evaluate their fitness for circulation.
View more information about Federal Reserve Cash Services.
Community Development works with lenders, community leaders and resource providers to foster community development and promote fair and equal access to credit.
Visit the Community Development Staff Directory page for staff phone numbers.
Consumer Affairs conducts examinations of state member banks for compliance with federal consumer credit laws, including HMDA and CRA, and provides information to depository institutions and consumers.
The Federal Reserve Consumer Help Center handles consumer complaints against state member banks.
For questions or to file a complaint, call 1‑888‑851‑1920.
Customer Accounts handles account confirmations and balances, information on correspondent/respondent relationships, and IAS accounting information and statements.
Questions regarding setting up a borrowing relationship, loan requests, payments, or discount collateral pledges or releases may be directed here.
Visit Education Resources Contacts for phone numbers of education specialists in the Eighth District.
Visit the museum website for more information.
Questions about Federal Reserve membership may be directed here.
Visit the Fed System's Financial Services website to get contact information for:
The Little Rock Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis serves the western two‑thirds of Arkansas with initiatives in community affairs, economic education, research and monetary policy.
The Louisville Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis serves southern Indiana and central and western Kentucky with initiatives in community affairs, economic education, research and monetary policy.
Visit the Louisville Branch Contact Us page for staff phone numbers.
The Public Affairs department handles all media inquiries for the Eighth Federal Reserve District. Reporters with questions or an interest in speaking with a St. Louis Fed staff member should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Memphis Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis is responsible for the Bank's operations in western Tennessee, eastern Arkansas and northern Mississippi.
Visit the Memphis Branch Contact Us page for staff phone numbers.
Federal Reserve Financial Services are governed by the terms and conditions that are set forth in the operating circulars.
Visit the Federal Reserve financial services website for more information.
Payment Risk Management: 1‑866‑666‑8316
The District Procurement department is responsible for acquiring quality goods and services on behalf of the business areas that make up the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
Visit the Procurement department page for staff contact information.
The Research department includes staff economists who provide research and analyses on monetary policy, banking, macroeconomics, and regional and international issues. It houses Federal Reserve Economic Data (FRED) and the library.
The St. Louis Fed’s Reserves Unit assists depository institutions with the reserves requirement, excess balance accounts, interest on reserves, and the Term Deposit Facility.
Congress has assigned to the Board responsibility for implementing the Federal Reserve Act, which established the Federal Reserve System, and certain other laws pertaining to a wide range of banking and financial activities. The Board implements those laws in part through its regulations, which are codified in title 12, chapter II, of the Code of Federal Regulations.
Visit the Board of Governors website for more information.
The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis' Public Affairs division coordinates speech requests via the Speakers Bureau.
Caroline Maurer: 314‑444‑7471 or 1‑800‑333‑0810, ext. 444‑7471
Statistics processes FR2900, Call Reports, Bank Holding Company Reports and various other financial reports from depository institutions. Additional information can be found online.
The St. Louis Fed's Statistics Department is responsible for structure maintenance for all holding companies, depository institutions and nonbank subsidiaries within the Eighth District.
Send Eighth District Structure Reports to:
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Statistics and Structure
P.O. Box 442
St. Louis, MO 63166
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