Federal Reserve Chairman's Office

The Chairman of the Federal Reserve System’s Board of Governors is often referred to as the second most powerful person in the US government, after the President. That is because the Chairman leads a central bank that sets US monetary policy, supervises and regulates the nation’s banks, oversees a vast payments system that most Americans use almost daily and cooperates with foreign central banks to promote international financial stability.

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