Bank of Canada appoints first COO


The Bank of Canada has appointed Filipe Dinis to the new role of chief operating officer (COO) – the first in a series of appointments that will revamp the central bank's senior leadership.

Dinis will join the central bank on May 1, and assume responsibility for the oversight of its strategic planning, administrative functions and operations.

This is the first time in its history that the Bank of Canada will have a COO. The task of managing the central bank's administrative functions has, in the

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