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2nd March 2016, 03:24 PM
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Re: The 12 Federal Reserve Bank Districts

Hey the Federal Reserve Banks operate under the general supervision of the Board of Governors in Washington.

Each Bank has a nine-member Board of Directors that oversees its operations.

The Federal Reserve officially identifies Districts by number and Reserve Bank city.

1st District (A) - Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

2nd District (B) - Federal Reserve Bank of New York

3rd District (C) - Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

4th District (D) - Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, with branches in Cincinnati, Ohio
and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

5th District (E) - Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, with branches in Baltimore,
Maryland and Charlotte, North Carolina

6th District (F) - Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, with branches in Birmingham,
Alabama; Jacksonville, Florida; Miami, Florida; Nashville, Tennessee; and New Orleans,
Louisiana

7th District (G) - Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, with a branch in Detroit, Michigan

8th District (H) - Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, with branches in Little Rock,
Arkansas; Louisville, Kentucky; and Memphis, Tennessee

9th District (I) - Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, with a branch in Helena, Montana

10th District (J) - Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, with branches in Denver,
Colorado; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; and Omaha, Nebraska

11th District (K) - Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, with branches in El Paso, Texas;
Houston, Texas; and San Antonio, Texas

12th District (L) - Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, with branches in Los Angeles,
California; Portland, Oregon; Salt Lake City, Utah; and Seattle, Washington

Assets

Federal Reserve Bank Total assets (9/17/2015)[19]

All banks $4.49T

New York City $2.62T

San Francisco $512B

Richmond $289B

Atlanta $244B

Chicago $175B

Dallas $154B

Cleveland $133B

Philadelphia $120B

Boston $91B

Kansas City $61B

St. Louis $58B

Minneapolis $32B


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