SOURCE: Pulaski Financial

January 09, 2008 15:36 ET

Pulaski Financial CEO Joins Federal Reserve Board Advisory Council

ST. LOUIS, MO--(Marketwire - January 9, 2008) - Pulaski Financial Corp. (NASDAQ: PULB) announced that William A. Donius, President and CEO, has accepted an invitation to join the Federal Reserve Board's Thrift Institutions Advisory Council. Established in 1980 by the Board of Governors, the 12-member council provides information and views from the banking sector to the Federal Reserve Board. Donius' term is for 2008 and 2009.

"I'm honored to have the opportunity to contribute insights and ideas, particularly at such a critical time for the entire banking industry," said Donius. "This appointment is also a credit to the tremendous job everyone at Pulaski Financial and Pulaski Bank has done to grow our company and generate success and recognition."

According to the Federal Reserve, the TIAC is not a statutory body, but performs a parallel function in providing first-hand advice from representatives of institutions that have an important relationship with the Fed. TIAC meets with the Board of Governors in Washington, D.C. three times a year. Members are appointed by the Board of Governors and generally serve for two years. The first council meeting will be in late February.

About Pulaski Financial

Pulaski Financial Corp., operating in its 86th year through its subsidiary, Pulaski Bank, serves customers throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area. The bank offers a full line of quality retail-banking products through 12 full-service branch offices in St. Louis and three loan production offices in Kansas City and the Illinois portion of the St. Louis metroplex. The company's website can be accessed at

Contact Information

  • For Additional Information Contact:
    William A. Donius
    President and CEO
    Pulaski Financial Corp.
    (314) 878-2210 Ext. 3610

    At The Investor Relations Company:
    Tad Gage
    (312) 245-2700
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