Chicago Fed board chairwoman Pramaggiore steps down amid probe of former employer

Michael Derby  |  November 19, 2020

By Michael Derby, from October 30, 2019, includes “Anne Pramaggiore has resigned from her position as chairwoman of the board of directors overseeing the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, the bank confirmed Wednesday. … Ms. Pramaggiore abruptly retired on Oct. 15 from her job as chief executive of the utilities unit of Exelon Corp., the largest operator of nuclear plants in the U.S., less than a week after the company said it had received a second grand-jury subpoena from federal prosecutors looking into its lobbying activities in Illinois.”

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