BMA appoints new CEO

The Bermuda Monetary Authority announced Thursday 12 April that Matthew Elderfield has been appointed as the central bank's next Chief Executive Officer.

Mr Elderfield brings 20 years of experience in international financial services regulation to the Authority, encompassing supervision, policy and risk management and high-level advocacy in the US and Europe.

He is due to take up this appointment from 16 July 2007 and Mrs Cheryl-Ann Lister, the Authority's current CEO, has agreed to remain with

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