Boston Fed Executive Vice President Jeff Fuhrer announces retirement from the Bank in 2020
Following more than 35 years of service to the Federal Reserve
Boston – Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Executive Vice President and Senior Policy Advisor Jeff Fuhrer today announced his decision to leave the Bank in early 2020 after more than 35 years of service to the Federal Reserve System.
Fuhrer will conclude his current role at the end of September 2019, and will continue working on monetary policy advising and Federal Open Market Committee matters through the end of January 2020. He plans to continue working for an institution with a public mission after retiring from the Bank.
“Working with Jeff as a research collaborator, policy advisor, and organizational leader has been a tremendous experience,” said Boston Fed President & CEO Eric Rosengren. “The impacts of his hard work and commitment to public service will resonate for years to come.”
“Working with so many talented colleagues to help shape the Fed’s work on monetary policy, economic development, and diversity and inclusion has been a great privilege,” Fuhrer said. “This was a hard decision, but this is a good time in my life and career to move on to other pursuits.”