T&T central bank establishes formal whistleblowing policy


The Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago implemented a formalised whistle-blowing policy last year, as part of larger plans to strengthen its internal governance framework.

“The policy is intended to complement existing processes and feedback mechanisms, and provide a further channel for enhancing transparency, integrity and good governance in the central bank,” the central bank’s latest annual report says.

The policy allows staff to report incidents anonymously to an independent external

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