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Eric Rosengren

President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston (2007-2021)

Travels From:
Massachusetts
Fee Range:
$20,000 - $40,000

As a 35-year veteran of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Eric Rosengren is one of modern times’ most knowledgeable experts on financial markets and institutions. He served on the Fed’s Open Market Committee during some of the most turbulent periods in the past 50 years, including the Great Financial Crisis and the Pandemic.

An accomplished public speaker known for making complex economic content understandable, he provides a comprehensive description of the economic and financial challenges that we face.

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Bio

Eric Rosengren is a 35-year veteran of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, serving for 14 years as President and CEO. He served on the Fed’s Open Market Committee during some of the most turbulent periods in the past 50 years, leading the Boston Federal Reserve Bank through the Great Financial Crisis and the Pandemic. Eric’s deep understanding of financial markets and financial institutions enabled him to play a central role in designing and operating emergency facilities to bolster the national economy.

Eric was one of the few monetary policymakers with leadership experience in both bank supervision and research departments. He was a strong advocate for addressing the challenges to financial stability and advocated for maintaining high regulatory standards. He also has significant payments system experience overseeing the work conducted at the Boston Federal Reserve Bank on a real time payments system and the Federal Reserve’s efforts to develop the technology for a US digital currency.

Eric is currently a visiting professor at the MIT Sloan School Golub Center where he teaches financial regulation.

Speech Topics

The Federal Reserve has been challenged to navigate the post-pandemic economy.  While at the Federal Reserve, Eric highlighted that public health-induced supply shocks were likely to be very different than the demand shocks encountered in most recessions.  The different nature of this shock, may impact the outlook very differently compare to the past, requiring a nimble monetary policy.  Relying on his deep experience with monetary policy and financial markets, Eric provides a clear guide to likely outcomes and challenges facing the US economy.


In 2020, pandemic policies at the Federal Reserve have altered long-held views of likely central bank actions.  In 2020 the Federal Reserve introduced a new policy framework that promises a more “patient” monetary policy.  In addition, the widespread use of emergency facilities, asset-purchase programs, and altered supervisory policies will change how the Federal Reserve reacts to crises.  With a clear understanding of financial institutions and financial markets, Eric describes how these changes will impact financial choices and economic policy in the future.


Eric has unique experience of having expertise with financial markets, financial institutions and payments systems based on his position as President of the Boston Fed.  He can provide a clear understanding of issues ranging from digital currency and cryptocurrency to monetary policy and risks to the global economy.