Financial Stability

Quarles resignation leaves more gaps in Fed’s leadership

By Justin Pugsley
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In a statement on November 8, Randal Quarles announced his resignation as the Federal Reserve Board’s first vice chair for supervision, and is to stand down at the end of December, potentially complicating the central bank’s management structure.

His resignation comes at a time when the administration of US president ...

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