Tag Archives: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

Quiroga Uses Immigrant Experience As Motivation

Joe Quiroga is the first Valley banker to serve on the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.

It’s an eventful road from being a 6-year-old child and recent immigrant struggling to learn English to being on the board of directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Joe Quiroga has been on that journey. He recalls the days when as a young boy, he would spend hours at the library in the coastal Texas town of Palacios. Quirgoa would pore over books, taking in a new language.…

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SPI Public Affairs Luncheon

Public Affairs Luncheon, Keith Phillips

The South Padre Island Chamber of Commerce Business Services Education and Training Committee welcomes Keith Phillips to this Public Affairs Luncheon. Phillips, with the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas – San Antonio Branch, will present the 2019 Economic Forecast for Texas and the Rio Grande Valley. Event begins at 11:45 a.m. Registration is $20 for chamber members and $25 for future members through April 2. Registration after April 2 is…

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Upcoming Summit Focuses on Local Entrepreneurs

A summit is on the horizon to aid local entrepreneurs in understanding the Rio Grande Valley ecosystem. On Feb. 28, the McAllen Chamber of Commerce, Texas Regional Bank, Texas A&M University and the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas present the McAllen Entrepreneur Summit. The event focuses on helping entrepreneurs navigate forward with their projects with a ecosystem context understanding. Among topics of interest for “Growing Entrepreneurs and Creating Ecosystems in South Texas”…

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