The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta is one of 12 regional Reserve Banks in the United States that, together with the Board of Governors in Washington, D.C., make up the Federal Reserve System—the nation's central bank. Since its establishment by an act of Congress in 1913, the Federal Reserve System's primary goal has been to foster a sound financial system and a healthy economy. To advance this goal, the Atlanta Fed works with the other regional Reserve Banks to help formulate monetary policy, supervise and regulate banks and bank holding companies, and provide payment services to financial institutions and the federal government.
|District Territory:||The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta serves the Sixth Federal Reserve District, which covers the states of Alabama, Florida, and Georgia and parts of Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee.|
|President and Chief Executive Officer:||Dennis P. Lockhart|
|First Vice President and Chief Operating Officer:||Marie Gooding|
|Board Chairs:||Thomas I. Barkin (Chairman)
McKinsey & Co.
Thomas A. Fanning (Deputy Chairman)
Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer
|Locations:||The Bank is headquartered in Atlanta, Ga., with branches in Birmingham, Ala.; Jacksonville, Fla.; Miami, Fla.; Nashville, Tenn.; and New Orleans, La.|
|Employees:||Approximately 1,560 total employees, 1,160 employees in Atlanta|
|Corporate Divisions:||Financial services, economic research, supervision and regulation, and corporate services|