Former ABA leader named to Fed BoardThe U.S. Senate confirmed Elizabeth “Betsy” Duke to a Governor’s seat on the Federal Reserve Board on June 27. Duke, who in 2004-2005 became the first female to serve as chairman of the American Bankers Association, was nominated by President Bush in May 2007. She is filling a term set to expire in 2012. Duke, 55, began her banking career as a part-time teller before going on to start a community bank. She later became an executive with Wachovia Bank. “Betsy  . . .
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