The process of selecting a new president for the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City has entered its second year, as challenges faced by the bank directors have slowed down the recruitment of qualified candidates. The board faced difficulties during the earlier stages of the search, which prompted a reassessment of their approach earlier this year.
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Kansas City Fed Presidential Search Enters Second Year Amidst Challenges
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