People: Maltese deputy resigns; India and Macedonia seek new deputies

The Central Bank of Malta

Malta: Alfred Mifsud, deputy governor of the Central Bank of Malta, has resigned from the institution, he revealed during testimony in court on May 23.

Mifsud will leave the bank on June 30, a spokesman confirmed. He tendered his resignation on March 15. The former governor of Malta’s Financial Services Authority was appointed deputy governor of the central bank in 2015, following a 46-year career in the financial services industry.

No reason was given for his resignation, but the deputy is

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