At the head of the Central Bank is the Board of Directors which is appointed by the Minister of Finance. It is responsible for the policy and general administration of the Bank.
The Governor, who is appointed by the Minister of Finance, serves as Chief Executive Officer of the Bank and Chairman of the Board. The Governor is responsible to the Board of Directors for the execution of its policy and the management of the Bank.
There are two Deputy Governors who maintain administrative oversight of the the various departments. Under the supervision of the Governor, they also carry out other management functions as may be determined by the Board.
A Management Committee comprising the Governor, the two Deputies, the Bank Secretary, the Advisors and the Directors of all departments, meets weekly to review and give direction regarding the Bank’s operations and policies.
The Governor's Office includes sections with responsibility for legal matters, security and public affairs.