People: Bank of Canada names senior deputy governor

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Canada: The Bank of Canada has named Carolyn Rogers as its new senior deputy governor, it announced on July 12. She begins a seven-year term on December 15.

Rogers becomes part of the bank’s six-member governing council, which determines Canadian monetary policy. She “will oversee the bank’s strategic planning and operations, and provide leadership in promoting a stable and efficient financial system”.

According to the central bank’s organisational chart, the senior deputy governor oversees

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