Patray retires from Liberia governorship

The Central Bank of Liberia
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The governor of the Central Bank of Liberia retired at the end of October, handing the reins of the institution to a deputy until a permanent replacement can be found.

The departure comes as Liberia struck a deal with the International Monetary Fund to unlock a support package.

Nathaniel Patray III left the central bank after president George Weah announced in May 2019 that the governor would be stepping down due to “scheduled age-related mandatory retirement”.

In a statement published at the

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