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In order to maintain consistent two-way communications throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the St. Louis Fed is launching a weekly teleconference series for all state member banks in the Federal Reserve’s Eighth District.
 
This teleconference will be offered as part of the St. Louis Fed’s Conversations with the St. Louis Fed program. Leadership from the St. Louis Fed’s Supervision Division will participate in the call each week. All calls will be archived as downloadable audio files on the Conversations website: https://www.supervisionoutreach.org/conversations
 
The first call will take place from 11:30 a.m. to noon CT on Friday, March 27. Subsequent calls will be offered every Friday from 11:30-12:00 p.m. CT. Calls are being limited to ½ hour in order to maximize participation each week.

In each session we will answer your questions and share our thoughts on questions we received directly from our member banks during the week. We will also discuss current regulatory guidance related to the pandemic.  To make sure each session meets your needs, we’re asking that you send us your questions in advance of each session. Please email us at conversations@stls.frb.org. We will take questions during the live call but questions submitted in advance will receive priority.
 
Please be aware that this call is not intended to replace any of the day-to-day communications between the St. Louis Fed’s supervision team and our state member banks. It is only meant to supplement existing communications. The archive of each call will provide you with a reference resource in case any of the issues we discuss on a Conversations call arise in the future.
  
Conference Bridge: 1-888-625-5230
Participant Code: 754 730 45#

 
We encourage you to share the call information with your leadership team and boards of directors.
 
If you have any questions regarding the Conversations with the St. Louis Fed or on any of our outreach programs for state member banks, please contact Summer DuMond at 501-251-3111 or summer.dumond@stls.frb.org
 
Thank you,
Carl D. White II