People: RBNZ completes senior team shake-up

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand

New Zealand: The Reserve Bank of New Zealand has completed a major shake-up of its senior ranks, appointing a chief information officer and two new assistant governors.

The central bank announced on January 9 it was appointing Scott Fisher as head of digital services and chief information officer. He had already been acting CIO since October 2018, and first joined the RBNZ in January 2018, having previously been head of service operations at the New Zealand Racing Board.

Simone Robbers will

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