Federal Reserve Board
- A federal agency officially known as the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, responsible for U.S. monetary policy, ensuring financial system stability, supervising and regulating banks, and overseeing the nation's payments system
- Under the authority of the Federal Reserve Board, banks must adhere to certain regulations.
- The Federal Reserve Board is vitally important in maintaining the stability of our financial system.
- Monetary policies in the United States are influenced by the decisions of the Federal Reserve Board.