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  • 3rd CEMLA/Dallas Fed/IBEFA Financial Stability Workshop

    The Center for Latin American Monetary Studies (CEMLA), the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, and the International Banking, Economics and Finance Association (IBEFA) invite submissions to their 3rd Financial Stability Workshop, to be held Nov. 25 and 26 at CEMLA’s offices in Mexico City.

    Mexico City
  • Women in Central Banking Workshop

    The Women in Central Banking Workshop, on Nov. 1, provides a platform for female PhD students working on topics relevant for central banks to present and receive feedback on their work.

  • Advance Together: Celebrating the achievements of Texas community partnerships

    This public event on July 24, 2024, marks the conclusion of the pilot round of Advance Together. The program will showcase progress made by the participating partnerships and highlight opportunities for the second round, launching in 2025.

  • Exploring Conventional Bank Funding Regimes in an Unconventional World

    The Federal Reserve Banks of Dallas and Atlanta are hosting a conference to bring together academics, bankers and policymakers to examine the events of spring 2023 from a variety of perspectives to distill lessons for the future and inform future research, drawing on the existing academic literature and U.S. and international experience.

  • Financial Literacy Summit

    Join us at the Dallas Fed for a Financial Literacy Summit hosted by the Texas Bankers Foundation and Texas Jump$tart Coalition.

  • What the Federal Reserve Does and Why It Matters

    Join educators across the country to get the inside story on the history, structure and workings of the Federal Reserve.

  • Economics Summer Institute

    Dive into economics at the University of Texas at Austin during the free Economic Summer Institute for high school teachers.

  • Regional Banking: Navigating the Future

    Michael Barr, Federal Reserve Board of Governors Vice Chair for Supervision, and Dallas Fed Senior Vice President Emily Greenwald discussed the economy, lessons learned from the 2023 liquidity crisis, regional banking supervision and more during a fireside chat at the 2024 Regional State Member Bank Director and Executive Conference.

  • Not Your Typical Cycle: Where Does Real Estate Go From Here?

    This conference brings together insights from industry analysts, economists and market experts to make sense of the latest trends affecting residential and commercial real estate.

    Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
  • Financial Literacy in the Latino Community

    By bringing together experts from various sectors, including academia, finance and community organizations, the panel shared valuable insights and practical knowledge that will help individuals navigate the complexities of personal finance, ultimately fostering a more financially resilient and prosperous society.