Events

View upcoming events hosted by the Kansas City Fed. Use the filter below to explore past events.

Upcoming events

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Webinar

Small Business Owners of Color Recovery Series: Small Business Development on Tribal Lands

Learn about the challenges and opportunities Native Americans face in starting and growing businesses on tribal lands.

Virtual Event

Federal Reserve System Community Banking Innovation Office Hours Program

The program is designed to facilitate discussions about community banking innovation and will feature one-on-one sessions with financial institutions and fintech firms...

Investment Connection - Oklahoma

Presentations on eight new and existing community and economic development proposals from across Oklahoma will be shared.

Virtual Event

Banking and the Economy: A Forum for Women in Banking

Join other women leaders in the financial services sector for Banking and the Economy: A Forum for Women in Banking. Get ready for engaging sessions around banking and...

Investment Connection - Nebraska

Presentations on eight new and existing community and economic development proposals from across Nebraska will be shared.

Virtual Event

Banking and the Economy: A Forum for Minorities in Banking

The forum is designed to enhance the careers and networks of middle management to senior level leaders who are people of color in the financial services sector.

Toward an Inclusive Recovery: Understanding and Empowering Women’s Economic Participation

Join us October 21 for a research seminar that will explore issues related to women’s economic declines during the pandemic and the ability of women to participate...

Investment Connection - Kansas and Missouri

Presentations on eight new and existing community and economic development proposals from across Kansas and Missouri will be shared.

Our Money Museums

Learn about our online exhibits.

Let Us Put Our Money Together: The Founding of America's First Black Banks

This virtual exhibit tells the story of Black Americans' struggles to access credit and the nation's banking system, leading to the establishment of the nation's first Black-owned and operated banks.