Federal Reserve Board of Governors and Official Staff: November 1, 2005

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Federal Reserve Board of Governors and Official Staff: November 1, 2005


ALAN GREENSPAN, Chairman

ROGER W. FERGUSON, JR., Vice Chairman

SUSAN SCHMIDT BIES

MARK W. OLSON

OFFICE OF BOARD MEMBERS

MICHELLE A. SMITH, Director

WINTHROP P. HAMBLEY, Assistant to the Board and Director for Congressional

Liaison

ROSANNA PIANALTO-CAMERON, Special Assistant to the Board

DAVID W. SKIDMORE, Special Assistant to the Board

LARICKE D. BLANCHARD, Special Assistant to the Board for Congressional Liaison

BRIAN J. GROSS, Special Assistant to the Board for Congressional Liaison

ROBERT M. PRIBBLE, Special Assistant to the Board for Congressional Liaison

LEGAL DIVISION

SCOTT G. ALVAREZ, General Counsel

RICHARD M. ASHTON, Deputy General Counsel

KATHLEEN M. O'DAY, Deputy General Counsel

STEPHANIE MARTIN, Associate General Counsel

ANN E. MISBACK, Associate General Counsel

KATHERINE H. WHEATLEY, Associate General Counsel

KIERAN J. FALLON, Assistant General Counsel

STEPHEN HORACE MEYER, Assistant General Counsel

PATRICIA A. ROBINSON, Assistant General Counsel

CARY K. WILLIAMS, Assistant General Counsel

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY

JENNIFER J. JOHNSON, Secretary

ROBERT DEV. FRIERSON, Deputy Secretary

MARGARET M. SHANKS, Associate Secretary

DIVISION OF BANKING SUPERVISION AND REGULATION

RICHARD SPILLENKOTHEN, Director

STEPHEN M. HOFFMAN, JR., Deputy Director

ROGER T. COLE, Senior Associate Director

MICHAEL G. MARTINSON, Senior Adviser

DEBORAH P. BAILEY, Associate Director

NORAH M. BARGER, Associate Director

BETSY CROSS, Associate Director

GERALD A. EDWARDS, JR., Associate Director

JACK P. JENNINGS, Associate Director

ROBIN L. LUMSDAINE, Associate Director

PETER J. PURCELL, Associate Director

MOLLY S. WASSOM, Associate Director

DAVID M. WRIGHT, Associate Director

BARBARA J. BOUCHARD, Deputy Associate Director

ANGELA DESMOND, Deputy Associate Director

JAMES M. EMBERSIT, Deputy Associate Director

CHARLES H. HOLM, Deputy Associate Director

WILLIAM C. SCHNEIDER, JR., Deputy Associate Director

DIVISION OF BANKING SUPERVISION AND REGULATION--CONTINUED

WILLIAM G. SPANIEL, Deputy Associate Director

STACY COLEMAN, Assistant Director

JON D. GREENLEE, Assistant Director

WALT H. MILES, Assistant Director

WILLIAM F. TREACY, Assistant Director

STEPHEN M. ROBERTS, Adviser

DIVISION OF INTERNATIONAL FINANCE

KAREN H. JOHNSON, Director

THOMAS A. CONNORS, Senior Associate Director

RICHARD T. FREEMAN, Associate Director

STEVEN B. KAMIN, Associate Director

WILLIAM L. HELKIE, Senior Adviser

DALE W. HENDERSON, Senior Adviser

JON W. FAUST, Assistant Director

JOSEPH E. GAGNON, Assistant Director

MICHAEL P. LEAHY, Assistant Director

D. NATHAN SHEETS, Assistant Director

RALPH W. TRYON, Assistant Director

DIVISION OF RESEARCH AND STATISTICS

DAVID J. STOCKTON, Director

PATRICK M. PARKINSON, Deputy Director

DAVID W. WILCOX, Deputy Director

MYRON L. KWAST, Senior Associate Director

STEPHEN D. OLINER, Associate Director

LAWRENCE SLIFMAN, Associate Director

CHARLES S. STRUCKMEYER, Associate Director

ALICE PATRICIA WHITE, Associate Director

JOYCE K. ZICKLER, Associate Director

S. WAYNE PASSMORE, Deputy Associate Director

DAVID L. …

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