(Bloomberg) — The Bank of Canada named Carolyn Rogers, a banking regulator, as senior deputy governor at the central bank.
The appointment is effective December 15, the bank said in a joint statement Monday with Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland. The senior deputy position has been vacant since December 2020, when Carolyn Wilkins stepped down. Rogers currently serves as secretary general of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision and has worked worked at Canada’s banking regulator — the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions — where she was assistant superintendent.
“I am delighted that Carolyn Rogers will be joining our team, Governor Tiff Macklem said in the statement. “Her domestic and international experience will bring a diverse perspective to the Bank.”
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