|Why was the Federal Reserve formed 100 years ago? Are you curious about the evolution of the Fed’s roles and responsibilities over time? Ever wonder how the Federal Reserve Bank cities were chosen? What exactly does the Federal Reserve Act say about the Fed’s roles in areas like monetary policy, discount window lending, and banking supervision? And what part does the Helena Branch play in fulfilling the responsibilities of the Federal Reserve? For answers to these questions and more, join Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis General Counsel and Corporate Secretary Niel Willardson at the Helena Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis on August 5 for an educational presentation on the Federal Reserve Act in commemoration of the Fed’s Centennial.
Prior to Niel’s presentation at 7:00 pm, there is an optional building tour:
6:00 pm Building Tour Participants will view the Bank’s collection of Montana art, enjoy historical exhibits and will also visit the Cash area. While the Cash department will not be operational at this time, the tour concludes with an informative video of the Cash operations.
|August 5 7:00 pm Register here|
|The event is free, but seating is limited. Those interested in attending must register for the event. Walk-in visitors will not be accepted. Doors for the event will open at 5:45 pm. If you plan to attend the tour, please arrive by 6:00 pm.|
The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis offers a podcast series for high school students. The videos discuss economics, banking, and monetary policy and how they affect the everyday choices students make. http://www.stlouisfed.org/education_resources/economic-lowdown-podcast-series