Richmond Fed Loses Its Scary and Ugly
First Bank of America gets less scary and ugly, now Richmond Fed. Awww, too bad:
The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond has promoted Jennifer J. Burns to the role of senior vice president with responsibility for the Bank's Supervision, Regulation and Credit function as of April 1, 2010. She succeeds Malcolm C. Alfriend, who is retiring after four decades with the Richmond Fed.
Burns has been around the block and with the Fed since 1991 so I'm sure there will be plenty of opportunities along the way to make not-too-clever statements about the state of banks, Richmond-supervised or otherwise.
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