Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago’s Jwala Rambarran on reform in the Caribbean

Jwala Rambarran

Jwala Rambarran was appointed governor of the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago on July 17, 2012, having previously worked at the central bank for about 14 years in various capacities – including representing Trinidad and Tobago as technical assistant in the office of the executive director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) from April 1, 2001 to March 31, 2003.

He left in March 2004 to assume the position of chief economist at Caribbean Money Market Brokers, before starting his own

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