Omaha Branch Centennial Information and Resources

Omaha Fed Office Turns 100: Serving Main Street and the Broader Community

August 01, 2017
TEN Magazine For three-quarters of a century, the Kansas City Fed's Omaha Branch focused on operations that supported commercial banks, but now the focus has shifted from operations to outreach. 

Always Been a Banking Town: Omaha's Bid to Become a Federal Reserve Bank location

August 01, 2017
TEN Magazine Omaha was one of the candidates for a Federal Reserve Bank location after President Woodrow Wilson signed the Federal Reserve Act into law in 1913. Two cities, however, stood in its way: Lincoln and Kansas City. 

Sept. 7 Economic Forum Marks Omaha Branch Centennial

July 26, 2017
Economic Forum Join us for an Economic Forum in Omaha on Sept. 7. The event will feature an update on the U.S. economy and monetary policy from Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City President Esther George and a discussion on Nebraska's economy from Omaha Branch Executive Nathan Kauffman. There is no cost to attend, but registration is required by Sept. 1. Click here to learn more and register

A History of the Omaha Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City

July 24, 2017
History Explore the history of central banking in the United States and Omaha's path to being selected as the first Branch office of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. 

Omaha Branch Plans for Job Growth

April 04, 2017
Announcement As part of a multi-year plan, the Omaha Branch will expand its workforce to provide additional support for financial services. When complete, around 90 new jobs will be located at the Branch. 

The Omaha Branch Through the Years