Thrift Institutions Advisory Council

Thrift Institutions Advisory Council

An organization that advises the Federal Reserve on issues affecting savings & loan associations, credit unions, and mutual savings banks, which operate much like banks, but over which the Federal Reserve does not have direct regulatory authority. The Council consists of representatives from S&Ls, credit unions, and mutual savings banks; it meets three times per year in Washington, DC.
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He has also served on the association's reserve study commission and is a past member of the Thrift Institutions Advisory Council of the Federal Reserve Board.
The Federal Reserve Board announced on November 18, 2004, the names of six new members of its Thrift Institutions Advisory Council (TIAC) and designated a new president and vice president of the council for 2005.
The Federal Reserve Board, on December 1, 2003, announced the names of four new members of its Thrift Institutions Advisory Council (TIAC) and designated a new president and vice president of the council for 2004.
APPOINTMENT OF NEW MEMBERS AND DESIGNATION OF THE PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT OF THE THRIFT INSTITUTIONS ADVISORY COUNCIL FOR 2003
The Federal Reserve Board on December 14, 2002, announced the names of four new members of its Thrift Institutions Advisory Council and designated a new president and vice president of the council for 2002.
The Federal Reserve Board on December 22, 2000, announced the names of seven new members of its Thrift Institutions Advisory Council (TIAC) and designated a new president and vice president of the council for 2001.