People: Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago gets new deputy; Fiji management shake-up


Trinidad and Tobago: The central bank has announced the appointment of chief economist Alvin Hilaire as a deputy governor.

Hilaire has spent 17 years with the central bank across three separate stints and also served 11 years with the IMF as a senior economist and as an IMF Resident Representative to Guinea and Sierra Leone.

He replaces Shelton Nicholls, who held the post for a decade, and will be responsible for research and policy at the central bank. Jwala Rambarran, the central bank's

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