Williams gets second term as T&T governor

The Central Bank of Trinidad & Tobago reappointed Ewart Williams for a second five-year stint as governor a month before his contract was due to run out.

Williams became governor of the central bank in 2002 after a long career in the IMF where he completed his career there as deputy director of the Western Hemisphere Department. In this capacity, he was one of four senior managers responsible for the IMF's work in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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