Supervisory Research and Analysis Unit

The Supervisory Research and Analysis Unit (SRA) is an interdisciplinary group of professionals (PhD economists, financial markets analysts and specialists, accountants, and research assistants) that conduct research and analysis aimed at supporting the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston’s supervision and regulation efforts. SRA staff produce research papers that generally focus on the banking industry and broader credit markets, the impact of micro- and macro-prudential policy on financial markets, and developments that could raise financial stability issues. SRA also makes meaningful contributions to the Federal Reserve System's efforts to identify and monitor potential financial stability risks, including those that may arise from the non-bank sector, and periodically advises senior Bank leadership on related matters. Finally, SRA supports the Bank’s participation on several System initiatives, including the Quantitative Surveillance Group, Model Oversight Group, the Fintech Subcommittee, the Large Institution Supervision Coordinating Committee (LISCC) Monitoring and Analysis Program and the LISCC Liquidity Steering Committee.

Working papers and notes produced by SRA staff can be found here: SRA Working Paper Series and SRA Notes.

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