FedExchange 2011 New HampshireFedExchange 2011 New Hampshire

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Wednesday, June 22, 2011
8:00 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
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Courtyard Marriott
70 Constitution Avenue
Concord, NH 03301

For senior executives of banks, thrifts and credit unions: Updates on economic research, consumer compliance, payments law

Agenda & Presentations

8:30 am

Registration & Continental Breakfast

9:00

Welcome

DeAnna Green
Director, Financial Institution Relations and OutreachFederal Reserve Bank of Boston

9:10-9:50

How does New Hampshire do it?
In the absence of a broad-based income or sales tax, New Hampshire spends less per capita and taps more diverse revenue sources compared to the other five New England States. But other differences raise obstacles to states interested in emulating New Hampshire’s fiscal model.

Jennifer Weiner
Senior Policy Analyst, New England Public Policy Center
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

Slides pdf

9:50 Break
10:00-10:45

The Bank of North Dakota: A model for other states?
Legislators in Massachusetts are exploring the concept of state-owned banks; Vermont legislators also considered one. The new Boston Fed research paper describes the origins and analyzes the impact of our nation’s only state-owned bank.

Yolanda Kodrzycki           
Vice President and Director, New England Public Policy Center,
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

Slides pdf

10:45-11:30

Tuning your compliance program: Lessons from recent examinations
Practical ideas to help institutions to reduce consumer compliance risk.

Andrew Olszowy
Manager, Consumer Compliance Unit,
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

Slides pdf

11:30-12:15

Legal developments in payments law
With updates on proposed changes to Regulation CC (checks), Regulation E (remittance transfers) and a variety of other legal developments that affect the ever-changing payments landscape.

Patricia Allouise
Assistant Vice President/Assistant General Counsel
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

Lisa Wright
Assistant Vice President/Assistant General Counsel
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

Slides pdf

12:15-1:30

Lunch

Keynote Address

Kenneth Montgomery
First Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

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