The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago is forming a council of community bankers who will meet twice a year to discuss a range of issues from bank regulation to monetary policy.

"There is a real need for us to promote the process of two-way communication," said Robert Lapinski, assistant vice president at the Chicago Fed. "We're creating a source for feedback on a whole host of issues."

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