Chicago Fed Chairman Charles Evans to retire in early 2023

The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago said Thursday it would begin the search for a new president because its current chief, Charles Evanswill retire early next year.

Mr Evans, who has headed the regional federal bank since September 2007, is the Reserve Bank’s longest-serving chairman. He will be 65 in January. Fed chairs can typically serve terms of up to 10 years or until age 65. Mr. Evans began his career at the Chicago Fed in 1991.


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