Changing hats

Happy chap: Roger Cole is retiring from the US Federal Reserve Board


Roger Cole, the head of banking regulation and supervision at the US Federal Reserve Board, has retired. Cole’s retirement on August 1 concludes 30 years service since starting at the Fed’s board of governors in 1979 as a senior financial analyst. Before that, Cole had been a financial analyst at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and also worked at the Wyatt Company. Appointed to the board’s official staff in 1988, he was promoted to associate director in 1997 and

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