Laura Rogers is an assistant vice president in the Large Institution Supervision Coordinating Committee (LISCC) Unit of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston’s Supervision, Regulation & Credit department. Laura leads the Federal Reserve System’s oversight of a domestic systemically important financial institution and previously held similar roles over large foreign institutions operating in the U.S. She manages a multi-disciplinary team dedicated to ensure adherence to regulatory policy to maintain financial stability across the System. She is a recognized Federal Reserve System expert on capital markets, provides strategic direction on liquidity risk oversight as a member of the LISCC Liquidity Program Steering Committee, and promotes sound banking conduct practices as a member of the multi-country Supervisors Roundtable on Governance Effectiveness. Laura is also a member of the Boston Fed’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee.
Before joining the Boston Fed in 1999, Laura worked at the FDIC and the Massachusetts Division of Banks. In addition to her work at the Federal Reserve, she serves on the board of directors for the National Charity League, Inc. Southern New Hampshire.
Laura earned a B.S. in finance with a concentration in economics and accounting from Babson College.
Positions of increasing responsibility, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston 1999 – present
Assistant Chief Direct/Regional Field Manager, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Division of Banks 1996 - 1999
Commercial Real Estate Appraiser, 1992 – 1995
Commissioned Bank Examiner, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, 1986 - 1992
B.S. in finance, Babson College - Concentration: economics and accounting
Board member, National Charity League, Inc. Southern New Hampshire Chapter, 2015 to present