The Federal Reserve Board said Thursday that Capitol Federal Savings chairman and CEO John B. Dicus will serve on the board’s Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council next year.
Dicus is one of 12 financial institution leaders who will serve on the council, which advises the Fed on the economy, lending and other issues.
The council comprises executives of commercial banks, thrifts and credit unions. They are selected based on their participation in similar councils in place for the Fed’s 12 Reserve Banks.
The council meets twice a year at the Federal Reserve in Washington, D.C.