Examiners in Supervision and Regulation conduct exams and inspections at financial institutions in our district. The examination process ensures financial institutions operate in a safe and sound manner, provide fair access to credit, and comply with laws, regulations, and other mandates.
Employees in our Credit Risk division provide liquidity to the banking system by running the Discount Window for our district’s financial institutions. They also work to avoid losses that undermine the integrity of payment systems or the credibility of the Federal Reserve System, and facilitate the implementation of monetary policy through the management of reserves.
Analysts in our Statistics and Analysis department collect, analyze, and ensure the quality of information filed by financial institutions in regulatory reports. The data is used by other areas in the bank to support monetary policymaking, supervision and regulation, and fiscal agency responsibilities.
Working for Supervision, Credit Risk, and Statistics
Candidates for this position demonstrate expertise on various cybersecurity topics, have excellent communication skills, and must be flexible and adaptable to changing situations. These employees have expertise in risk management, cybersecurity threats, and other related fields, which may include but is not limited to; threat assessment/mitigation, information security, general computer science, and financial systems operations.
As part of the examiner role, the individual will be responsible for leading or participating in complex reviews and monitoring and assessing a firm’s governance and control practices.
Employees in this role are responsible for the collection, processing, and moderately complex analysis of financial and structure information utilized by policymakers and other stakeholders to carry out the Federal Reserve's monetary policy, supervision and regulation, and fiscal agency responsibilities. Financial analysts ensure the accuracy and integrity of reported data and information in accordance with established policies and procedures, identify trends, and communicate conclusions and analytical findings to Board of Governors staff and data users.
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Apply now to join our team who ensure the safety and soundness of financial institutions in our region, regulating the nation’s banking and financial structure, and enforcing laws and regulations.
Cleveland Fed cybersecurity experts and others explain how the Fed works to promote awareness, preparedness, and vigilance against the hackers who work to threaten the stability of the financial sector.
Unfortunately, fraudulent activity and scams claiming to be involved with Federal Reserve Banks are a common occurrence. That’s why we want to be clear about the role of the Fed and the dangers presented by these schemes and make you aware of some common forms they take.
As a consumer, you have the right to file a complaint against a financial institution you believe has acted unfairly or deceptively toward you, discriminated against you, or violated a federal consumer protection law or regulation.
Community Banking Connections provides guidance and tools to help community banks across the United States. The Federal Reserve System publication serves to clarify key supervisory guidance, highlight new regulation, provide perspectives from both bank examiners and Federal Reserve staff, and address challenges and concerns facing community banks, providing resources to assist them.