Ms. Wilkins, a 20-year veteran of the Bank of Canada, was named senior deputy under then-governor Stephen Poloz in 2014, becoming the highest-ranking woman in the history of the central bank. Ms. Côté has been deputy governor at the Bank of Canada since July 2010, and is a well-regarded economist. Wilkins, the bank's No. The Bank is currently seeking a Senior Deputy Governor to be appointed for a seven-year term. In this complex and high-profile role, the successful candidate will work alongside the Governor and the Board of Directors to build upon the current organizational culture, and further enhance the Bank's reputation Bank of Canada senior deputy governor Carolyn Wilkins will be departing from the central bank in December, before her term officially ends next year. TORONTO - Scotiabank says former Bank of Canada deputy governor Lynn Patterson has been appointed to its board of directors. Patterson served as a deputy governor at the central bank … Bank of Canada Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn Wilkins, who will leave her post in December, addresses the Munk School of Global Affairs in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada … Mr. Lane was appointed deputy governor in February 2009, and prior to that, spent 20 years with the International Monetary Fund in Washington, D.C. Senior deputy governor of the Bank of Canada Carolyn Wilkins responds to a question during a news conference, on July 15, 2020 in Ottawa. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn A. Wilkins has informed the Bank’s Board of Directors that her last day at the Bank will be December 9, 2020. Carolyn Wilkins, the senior deputy governor who oversaw the Bank of Canada's first-ever quantitative easing program, will leave her role on Dec. 9, months earlier than expected, with the search for her replacement already begun, the central bank said on Thursday. Then-federal finance minister Bill Morneau, centre, along with his deputy minister Paul Rochon, left, and Deputy Governor of the Bank of Canada … “It has been an honour to serve Canadians as Senior Deputy Governor of the Bank of Canada. The Governor of the Bank of Canada (French: Gouverneur de la Banque du Canada) is the chief executive officer of the Bank of Canada and acts as chair of its board of directors. The Bank of Canada Act, 1985, S. 6(1), provides that the Governor and Deputy Governor shall be appointed by the directors with the approval of the Governor in Council. The first governor to be appointed without previous experience at the Bank of Canada, the folksy pipe-smoking former deputy Finance Minister and deputy Health Minister saw his term bookmarked by the September 2001 terrorist attacks in the U.S. and Canada’s asset-back commercial paper crisis in … Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press.
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