‘Fresh look’ for Bank
GOVERNMENT IS MOVING to make changes to the governance and supervisory role of the Central Bank.
Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler yesterday announced the looming adjustments, which come just months after a public falling out between dismissed Governor Dr DeLisle Worrell and Sinckler, a matter which had to be resolved in the court.
As staffers attended a church service to launch a week of celebrations marking the bank’s 45th anniversary, Sinckler announced that “organisational renewal and periods of transition” would begin very soon.
“Those are not periods for weakness. Those are periods for opportunities to be grasped and for new systems to be put in place to make the institution better,” he said during a service at St Michael’s Cathedral, a stone’s throw away from the bank in The City. (WILLCOMM)
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