Leadership in central banking

Is your name mentioned somewhere on pages 4 to 6? If you are one of the 48 departing governors listed there (22 left in the past 12 months, and a further 26 are due to leave in 2003), consider the following questions. Have you done everything possible to groom your successor? And have you done what you could to recruit and develop talented younger people from whom future leaders can be chosen? If on the other hand you are one of the 22 who joined the governors' alumni network this year, do you

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