The College of Business is honored to announce it has again partnered with the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas to present a conference focused on economic education. This year’s event will feature a session designed for students, as well as an economic update session suitable for students, faculty, members of the community, financial institution representatives and others.
Normally, the Conference is held in person, but this year will be via Zoom due to COVID concerns.
“About the Dallas Fed”
“Building a strong economy together™
The Dallas Fed promotes a strong financial system and healthy economy in the Eleventh Federal Reserve District, which includes Texas, northern Louisiana and southern New Mexico. Through our offices in Dallas, El Paso, Houston and San Antonio, we work for and with the people of our district to build an economy that works for everyone.
Our responsibilities are wide-ranging. We conduct economic research and gather perspectives from our region to bring to national conversations about monetary policy. We work with government, the financial industry and the community to ensure our banking system is safe, accessible and secure. We help maintain a reliable supply of cash and support digital payments. And we work with community partners to ensure that all people in our district have opportunities to build a bright economic future.
Our success depends on actively connecting with the people and communities we serve. We’re building a strong economy together.” Source