Supervision, Regulation & Credit
The Supervision, Regulation & Credit department (SRC) supervises and regulates financial institutions in the Federal Reserve’s First District.
They serve the public by promoting financial stability and public confidence in the banking system through integration of the Discount Window, reserves, counterparty credit risk control, statistical data management, and supervisory and regulatory work in support of effective monetary policy, and by contributing to policy through their expertise in the analysis of risk faced by domestic and global financial services organizations.
The department also works to protect consumers by ensuring that financial institutions comply with laws and regulations and by encouraging those institutions to responsibly meet the needs of their communities.
Manage the key functional areas related to the supervision of financial institutions through on and off-site examination activities to ensure that institutions are operating in a safe and sound manner and in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
Analysts perform a wide array of financial and/or business analyses in support of complex business functions including counterparty credit risk management, supervisory risk management, enterprise risk management, critical shared services, and critical data systems management.
Research assistants are presented with tremendous opportunities for professional and intellectual development. These experiences build economic knowledge as well as analytical, quantitative, and writing skills that are useful for pursuing advanced studies in a variety of fields.