Tromp ejected from central bank by board

Emsley Tromp

The Supervisory Board of the Central Bank of Curaçao and Sint Maarten has dismissed the president of the central bank after he attempted to return to work.

Emsley Tromp, who is currently on trial for tax evasion, returned briefly to his role as governor earlier this week after taking leave of absence while legal proceedings continue.

He is accused of failing to pay a total of 5.5 million Antillean guilders ($3.1 million) in tax on income designated as pension contributions between 2006 and

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