WASHINGTON — Roger Cole, the director of supervision and regulation at the Federal Reserve Board, announced Thursday he will retire Aug. 1 after 30 years at the agency.

Cole has been the division director since September 2006, and first joined the central bank as a senior financial analyst in 1979. He was promoted to associate director in 1997 and senior associate director in 2001.

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