White House considers bank experts for Fed board: sources
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House is weighing candidates with community banking backgrounds to fill gaps on the Federal Reserve's powerful but depleted board, according to sources familiar with the efforts.
Diana Preston, a lawyer who recently left a post at the American Bankers Association, which represents many small banks, is one of those under consideration, two sources said.
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