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Federal Reserve System Organization 231 Federal Advisory Council December 31, 2005 Members District 1—JAMES C. SMITH, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Webster Bank, N.A. and Webster Financial Corporation, Waterbury, Conn. District 2—THOMAS A. RENYI, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Bank of New York, N.Y. District 3—BRUCE L. HAMMONDS President and Chief Executive Officer, MBNA Corporation, Wilmington, Del. District 4—MARTIN G. MCGUINN, Chair- man a
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  Federal Reserve System Organization  231 Federal Advisory Council December 31 2005 Members District  1—JAMES  C.  SMITH,  Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Webster Bank,N.A.  and  Webster Financial Corporation,Waterbury, Conn. District  2—THOMAS  A.  RENYI,  Chairman and Chief Executive Officer The  Bank  of New York,  N.Y. District  3—BRUCE  L.  HAMMONDS  President and Chief Executive Officer MBNACorporation, Wilmington,  Del. District  4—MARTIN  G.  MCGUINN,  Chair- man  and  Chief Executive Officer MellonFinancial Corp., Pittsburgh,  Pa. District 5—G.  KENNEDY THOMPSON,  Chair- man President and  Chief Executive Offi-cer Wachovia Corporation, Charlotte, N.C. District  6—FRED  L.  GREEN  HI,  Vice Chair-man Synovus Financial Corporation,Columbus,  Ga. District  7—DENNIS  J.  KUESTER,  President and Chief Executive Officer Marshall   Dsley Corporation, Milwaukee,  Wis. District 8—J.  KENNETH  GLASS,  Chairman President and  Chief Executive Officer First Horizon National Corporation,Memphis, Tenn. District  9—JERRY  A.  GRUNDHOFER,  Presi- dent  and  Chief Executive Officer U.S. Bancorp, Minneapolis, Minn. District  10—BYRON  G.  THOMPSON,  Chair- man Country Club Bank,  N.A.,  KansasCity,  Mo. District  11—GAYLE  M.  EARLS,  President and Chief Executive Officer TIB—TheIndependent BankersBank, Dallas,  Tex. District  12—RICHARD  M.  KOVACEVICH, Chairman President and  Chief ExecutiveOfficer Wells Fargo  and  Company,  San Francisco,  Calif. Officers MARTIN  G.  MCGUINN,  President JERRY  A.  GRUNDHOFER,  Vice President JAMES  E.  ANNABLE,  Secretary The Federal Advisory Council, which  is a statutory body established under  the  FederalReserve  Act,  consults with,  and  advises,  the Board  of  Governors  on all  matters within  the Board s jurisdiction.  It is  composed  of  one representative from each Federal ReserveDistrict, chosen  by the  Reserve Bank  in  thatDistrict.  The  Federal Reserve  Act  requiresthe council  to  meet  in  Washington, D.C.,  at least four times  a  year.  In  2005,  it  met  on February  10-11,  May 5-6,  September  1-2, and December 8-9. The council  met  with  the Board  on  February  11,  May 6,  September  2, and December  9,  2005. 2005  Federal Reserve System Organization  237 Federal Advisory Council December 31 2006 Members District  1—JAMES  C.  SMITH,  Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Webster Bank,N.A.  and  Webster Financial Corporation,Waterbury, Conn. District  2—THOMAS  A.  RENYI,  Chairman and Chief Executive Officer The  Bank  of New York,  New  York,  N.Y. District  3—TED  T.  CECALA  Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Wilmington TrustCompany, Wilmington,  Del. District  4—GEORGE  A.  SCHAEFER,  JR., President  and  Chief Executive Officer Fifth Third Bancorp, Cincinnati, Ohio. District 5—G.  KENNEDY THOMPSON,  Chair- man President and  Chief Executive Offi-cer Wachovia Corporation, Charlotte, N.C. District  6—FRED  L.  GREEN  III,  Vice Chair- man Synovus Financial Corporation,Columbus,  Ga. District  7—DENNIS  J.  KUESTER,  Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Marshall   Ilsley Corporation, Milwaukee,  Wis. District 8—J.  KENNETH  GLASS,  Chairman President and  Chief Executive Officer First Horizon National Corporation,Memphis, Tenn. District  9—LYLE  R.  KNIGHT,  President and Chief Executive Officer First InterstateBancSystem,  Inc.,  Billings, Mont. District  10—DAVID  C.  BOYLES,  Chairman Guaranty Bank  and  Trust Company,Denver, Colo. District  11—JAMES  GOUDGE,  Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Broadway Bank,San Antonio,  Tex. District  12—RICHARD  M.  KOVACEVICH, Chairman President and  Chief ExecutiveOfficer Wells Fargo  and  Company,  San Francisco,  Calif. Officers THOMAS  A.  RENYI,  President DENNIS  J.  KUESTER,  Vice President JAMES  E.  ANNABLE,  Secretary The Federal Advisory Council, which  is a statutory body established under  the  FederalReserve  Act,  consults with,  and  advises,  the Board  of  Governors  on all  matters within  the Board s jurisdiction.  It is  composed  of  one representative from each Federal ReserveDistrict, chosen  by the  Reserve Bank  in  thatDistrict.  The  Federal Reserve  Act  requiresthe council  to  meet  in  Washington,  D.C.,  at least four times  a  year.  In  2006,  it  met  on February  9-10, May  11-12, September  7-8, and November 30-December  1. The  councilmet with the Board  on  February 10,  May 12, September  8, and  December  1,  2006. 2006  Federal Reserve System Organization  279 Federal Advisory Council December 31 2007 Members District  1—JAMES  C.  SMITH,  Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Webster Bank,N.A.  and  Webster Financial Corporation,Waterbury, Conn. District  2—THOMAS  A.  RENYI,  Chairman and Chief Executive Officer The  Bank  of New York,  New  York,  N.Y District  3—TED  T.  CECALA,  Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Wilmington TrustCompany, Wilmington,  Del. District  4—GEORGE  A.  SCHAEFER,  JR. President  and  Chief Executive Officer Fifth Third Bancorp, Cincinnati, Ohio. District 5—G.  KENNEDY THOMPSON,  Chair man President and  Chief ExecutiveOfficer Wachovia Corporation, Charlotte, N.C. District  6—FRED  L.  GREEN  III President and Chief Operating Officer SynovusFinancial Corporation, Columbus,  Ga. District  7—WILLIAM DOWNE,  Chief Execu tive Officer Bank  of  Montreal, Chicago, 111. District  8—ROBERT  G.  JONES,  President and Chief Executive Officer Old  NationalBancorp, Evansville,  Ind. District  9—LYLE  R.  KNIGHT,  President and Chief Executive Officer First InterstateBancSystem,  Inc. Billings, Mont. District  10—DAVID  C.  BOYLES,  Chairman and Director Colombine Capital Corp.,Denver, Colo. District  11—JAMES  GOUDGE,  Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Broadway Bank,San Antonio,  Tex. District  12—RICHARD  M.  KOVACEVICH, Chairman President and  Chief ExecutiveOfficer Wells Fargo  and  Company,  San Francisco,  Calif. Officers G.  KENNEDY THOMPSON,  President JAMES  C.  SMITH,  Vice President JAMES  E.  ANNABLE,  Secretary The Federal Advisory Council—a statutorybody established under  the  Federal ReserveAct—consults with,  and  advises,  the  Boardof Governors  on all  matters within  the Board s jurisdiction.  It is  composed  of  one representative from each Federal ReserveDistrict, chosen  by the  Reserve Bank  in  thatDistrict.  The  Federal Reserve  Act  requiresthe council  to  meet  in  Washington,  D.C. at least four times  a  year.  In  2007,  it  met  on February  8-9 May  10-11,  September  6-7 and December 6-7. The council  met  with  the Board  on  February  9 May  11, September  7 and December  7 2007. 2007  Federal Advisory Council December 31, 2008 Members District 1— Ellen Alemany,  Chief Exec-utive Officer  , RBS Americas and Cit-izens Financial Group, Greenwich, Conn.District 2— Robert P. Kelly,  Chairmanand Chief Executive Officer  , The Bank of New York Mellon, New York, N.Y.District 3— R. Scott Smith, Jr.  Chairman,President, and Chief Executive Officer  ,Fulton Financial Corporation, Lancaster,OhioDistrict 4— Henry L. Meyer III,  Chair-man, President, and Chief ExecutiveOfficer  , KeyCorp, Cleveland, OhioDistrict 5— Kenneth D. Lewis,  Chairman,President, and Chief Executive Officer  ,Bank of America Corporation, Charlotte,N.C.District 6— Richard G. Hickson,  Chair-man and Chief Executive Officer  ,Trustmark Corporation, Jackson, Miss.District 7— William Downe,  President and Chief Executive Officer  , Bank of Montreal, Chicago, Ill.District 8— Lewis F. Mallory, Jr.,  Chair-man and Chief Executive Officer  ,Cadence Financial Corporation, Stark-ville, Miss.District 9— Lyle R. Knight,  President and Chief Executive Officer  , First Inter-state BancSystem, Inc., Billings, Mont.District 10— David C. Boyles,  Chairmanand Director  , Columbine Capital Corp.,Buena Vista, Colo.District 11— James Goudge,  Chairmanand Chief Executive Officer  , BroadwayBank, San Antonio, TexasDistrict 12— Russell Goldsmith,  Chair-man and Chief Executive Officer  , CityNational Bank, Beverly Hills, Calif. Officers William Downe,  President  Lyle R. Knight,  Vice President  James E. Annable,  Secretary The Federal Advisory Council—a statutorybody established under the Federal ReserveAct—consults with, and advises, the Boardof Governors on all matters within theBoard’s jurisdiction. It is composed of onerepresentative from each Federal ReserveDistrict, chosen by the Reserve Bank in thatDistrict. The Federal Reserve Act requiresthe council to meet in Washington, D.C., atleast four times a year. In 2008, it met onFebruary 14–15, May 1–2, September 4–5,and December 4–5. The council met withthe Board on February 15, May 2, Septem-ber 5, and December 5, 2008. Federal Reserve System Organization  369 2008
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