Carter Malloy, CEO of land investment platform AcreTrader of Fayetteville, has been appointed to the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Agribusiness Industry Council.
The council, headquartered in Little Rock, represents one of four districts that provide the St. Louis Fed with information about economic conditions and growth and development in the agribusiness sector. Members' observations help ensure conditions at smaller independent businesses are represented in monetary policy deliberations in Washington.
"I am honored to have been chosen as a member of the Agribusiness Council of the St. Louis Fed," Malloy said in a statement. "Agriculture is a vital industry to our nation and crucial to our regional economy. I am committed to collaborating with my fellow council members to promote sustainable economic growth within our communities,” remarked Carter Malloy."