Jie Chen is an assistant vice president and assistant general counsel in the Legal department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. She advises on Boston Fed legal matters with a particular focus on legal and policy issues related to bank supervision, regulation and credit and financial stability. She also provides legal support for the Federal Reserve’s discount window lending and credit risk management function and advises on bank application-related matters.
Jie joined the Bank in December 2016 as counsel in the Legal department. She currently plays a critical role in the design and implementation of the Federal Reserve’s credit facilities, including the Main Street Lending Program, which was established to support the economy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prior to joining the Bank, Jie served as vice president and counsel at State Street and held other roles at Locke Lord LLP (formerly Edwards Widlman Palmer), Allen & Overy LLP, and the World Wildlife Fund.
She received her bachelor’s in finance from Concord College in Athens, West Virginia and law degree from the University of Michigan Law School in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
J.D., University of Michigan Law School
B.S. in finance, Concord College