Parry on community development and leaving the Fed

In opening remarks given on 29 March at the Community Reinvestment Conference in Hollywood, Califonia, Robert Parry of the San Francisco Fed discussed why community development is a priority for the Federal Reserve System. Parry also talks about what the Federal Reserve tries to achieve in the area of community development and shares some personal, parting thoughts as he approaches his retirement from the San Francisco Fed.

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