Turkish deputy governor resigns to join development bank

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The Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey

A deputy governor at the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey (CBRT) has resigned in order to take up a senior role at the country’s state-owned development bank.

Erkan Kilimci resigned late in August to join the board of directors of Kalkinma, the official Development Bank of Turkey, a central bank spokesman said in an email.

Kilimci was made one of the four deputy governors of the CBRT in May 2016. He held a seat on the bank’s monetary policy committee and was appointed to the place left

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