WASHINGTON - The Federal Reserve Board named Barbara Lowrey its ombudsman this week, becoming the third of four banking agencies to comply with a year-old law forcing them to establish the position.

Ms. Lowrey said her primary job will be to mediate between examiners and bankers who feel they are not getting a fair shake. She will report directly to the Federal Reserve Board.

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