Former Afghan governor returns for second term

Khalilullah Sediq returns to central bank after spell in private sector

The Bank of Afghanistan

Khalilullah Sediq has been appointed as governor of the Bank of Afghanistan for a second time, the central bank announced on July 11.

Sediq was approved by the Wolesi Jirga, Afghanistan's lower house, last week. The central bank praised his "great experience" in the banking and financial sectors of the country.

Sediq was formerly governor of the Bank of Afghanistan from 1990 to 1991, having joined the central bank in 1971 and held management positions in multiple departments.

On leaving the Bank

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