FULTON — The former president of the Federal Reserve Bank in Kansas City will speak Monday in Fulton on the future of banking.
Thomas Hoenig's 4 p.m. lecture at Westminster College's Coulter Science Center is free .
Hoenig is now a director and vice chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the No. 2 job at the independent Washington agency.
Hoenig was president of the Kansas City Fed for 10 years before his high-level appointment in April. He joined the bank in 1975 as an economist and was also a vice president and senior vice president.
He has been a vocal critic of big banks, and says he favors a restructuring of the country's banking system.