Jill Castilla appointed to Federal Advisory Council
Citizens Bank of Edmond CEO Jill Castilla has been appointed to the Federal Advisory Council (FAC). The council is a group of 12 experts who provide advice to the Federal Reserve on the economy and banking issues.
The Federal Reserve Board of Governors appoints the members of the Federal Advisory Council. The council typically meets four times yearly in Washington, D.C. to discuss economic conditions and advise the Board on issues relating to banking and the economy. Other members of the council include bankers from around the country.
Jill attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison, graduating from their Graduate School of Banking in 2006. She also attended the University of Oklahoma and Hawaii Pacific University. She has been CEO of Citizens Bank of Edmond since July 2009. She has partnered twice with Marc Cuban and has a patent-pending for remote electronic banking technology that she’s implemented in two locations. In 2021 and 2020, she was named one of the 25 “Most Powerful Women in Banking” by American Banker.
Jill’s appointment is a testament to her experience and expertise in the banking industry. She is sure to provide valuable insights to the Federal Reserve as they work to ensure a strong economy for all Americans.
The Citizens Bank of Edmond is a community bank that has been serving the people of Edmond since 1901. Its mission is to provide high quality financial services to its customers while promoting economic development in its community. They offer a variety of products and services, including checking and savings accounts, loans, and online banking. They also offer several special programs for businesses and individuals, including student loans, home mortgages, and personal loans.
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