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Heacock Krall on Minnesota Fed Advisory council
Click to view larger image Roger Heacock (center), president of Black Hills FCU, Rapid City, S.D., has been named to the Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank’s Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council. Heacock testified on behalf of the Credit Union National Association before the House Small Business Committee during a hearing on member business lending in 2009 (Photo provided by CUNA)
MINNEAPOLIS (3/8/11)--Roger Heacock, president of Black Hills FCU, Rapid City, S.D., and Gail Krall, president Minnesota Power Employees CU, Duluth, Minn., are among the 10 members appointed to the newly formed Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank’s Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council (CDIAC). The appointments were announced Friday. The board of governors of the Federal Reserve System has created a national CDIAC to broaden the scope of input on economic credit conditions. To complement the national effort with regional perspectives, each Federal Reserve Bank is establishing a District Council comprising representatives from credit unions, community banks and thrifts. Heacock’s term on the council ends at the conclusion of 2012. Krall’s term expires year-end 2013.


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