People: ECCB appoints first woman deputy governor

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Eastern Caribbean: The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank announced that Valda Henry will become its first female deputy governor.

The monetary council, comprising the eight heads of government of the ECCB’s member-states, appointed Henry to a five-year term, starting in September, it announced on July 22.

Since 2005, Henry has led an HR consulting firm in her native Dominica, which is one of the eight ECCB states. She worked as an investment officer at the ECCB between 1994 and 1998.

Henry took

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