Australia to publish central bank review in April

Independent review likely to propose changes to RBA’s board

The Reserve Bank of Australia
Rachael King

Australia’s government will publish the findings of an independent review of the country’s central bank in April, it said today (March 30).

Treasurer Jim Chalmers, the senior minister for economic affairs, said some of the review’s recommendations may require legislative changes. The expert panel is due to submit their findings to Chalmers tomorrow.

Three experts are leading the review, which will assess the Reserve Bank of Australia’s mandates, performance, board structure and communications

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