Barbados’s Worrell told to resign or be fired

The bank's external board members have turned against the governor as morale at the bank diminishes

The governor of the Central Bank of Barbados, DeLisle Worrell, has had to seek a court injunction to prevent his removal from his post, Central Banking understands.

After meeting with the board of the central bank in private on February 9, finance minister Chris Sinckler issued the governor with an ultimatum: to resign or be sacked.

Worrell has since sought legal counsel, and was granted an injunction against such action until February 22, according to a source familiar with the matter. Neither

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