RBNZ announces role for Steve Anderson at IMF

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand announced Friday 19 January that the Head of Risk Assessment and Assurance, Steve Anderson, has been appointed to the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) External Audit Committee.

The Committee has general oversight responsibilities for the external auditing of the IMF, the related financial reporting practices, and the system of internal controls.

Mr Anderson said it was an honour to be appointed to this important role.

Mr Anderson joined the Bank in 1989 and has

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