Across the Tenth District and across our nation, we know that families, businesses and financial institutions are coping with effects of the COVID-19 virus outbreak. During this time, the Federal Reserve has taken a number of actions in support of its mission, and we are focused on limiting economic stress as much as possible so the economy is positioned to recover.

Although much of the content in the PDFAnnual Report issue of TEN magazine was compiled before the outbreak, the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City continues operating and serving the needs of communities and financial institutions across our seven-state region. From our head office in Kansas City to our branch offices in Denver, Oklahoma City and Omaha, our staff remains dedicated and responsive as we work through this serious public health situation, and its economic and community consequences, together.

For regular updates on actions and announcements by the Kansas City Fed and the Federal Reserve System, I invite you to visit our website and External In addition to information on actions taken in response to COVID-19, you’ll find the digital version of TEN and our many other resources related to economic research, financial education tools and community development.

Esther L. George
President and Chief Executive Officer
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City