Orr gets second term as RBNZ governor

Adrian Orr
RBNZ governor Adrian Orr
Photo: Banco Central de Chile

Adrian Orr has been appointed to a second five-year term as governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, prompting strong criticism from the government’s opposition.

Finance minister Grant Robertson reappointed Orr on the unanimous recommendation of the central bank’s board. Orr’s second term will begin on March 27.

“[Orr] has demonstrated the skills, knowledge and experience to help steer the financial system through the one-in-100 year economic shock of the pandemic,” Robertson said in a

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