What's the Denver Branch's focus?
Staff at the Kansas City Fed’s Denver Branch:
- Provide insights and analysis on Colorado, Wyoming and New Mexico’s economy.
- Promote a safe, stable and competitive banking system through the supervision and regulation of financial institutions while also providing proactive outreach to state member banks and bank holding companies.
- Host programs, such as Economic Forums, for business, banking and community leaders to gather more information about local and national economics.
- Work with educators and students, as well as the public, around Colorado, Wyoming and New Mexico to promote economic and personal financial literacy with free resources.
- Support community economic growth through research and resources for bankers, economic developers and small business owners.
- Process and distribute coin and currency to financial institutions in Colorado, Wyoming, northern New Mexico, western Kansas and western Nebraska.
- Invite all into the Denver Money Museum to learn about money, the economy and the Federal Reserve.
Around the Region
The Denver Branch is pleased to announce our 2015-2016 Economic Education Advisory Council.
Educators participate in a lesson activity at Evening at the Fed, a professional development opportunity to learn about new economic education resources from the Federal Reserve.
Ashley Burt, President of Gunnison Bank and Trust Company and Denver Branch Board of Director, welcomes attendees to the Economic Forum in Gunnison, CO.
Alison Felix, Vice President and Denver Branch Executive, welcomes women from around the Tenth District to Banking and the Economy: A Forum for Women in Banking. Click on the photo to learn more about the event.
Attendees at the Forum for Women in Banking discuss how to cultivate their cultural intelligence to create diverse networks, teams and boards. Click on the photo to learn more about the event.
While on the road in Gunnison, Colorado for an Economic Forum, Denver Branch Executive Alison Felix stopped at Western State Colorado University to speak to a group of economics and business students.
Denver Branch employees and Junior Achievement hosted a career day for local students to learn about working for the Federal Reserve.
Student Board of Directors members from Albuquerque are recognized for completing the program at their pinning ceremony.
YouthBiz participated in a "shred challenge" with Denver Branch employees. Students participated in a personal finance lesson and created art to reflect what they learned.