Two Deputy Governors Appointed at the Central Bank of Barbados
The Central Bank of Barbados today announced the appointments of Cleviston Haynes and Dr. Daniel Boamah as Deputy Governors, effective January 11, 2010.
Both Haynes and Dr. Boamah have superb academic credentials and important insights into the way our economy functions, having worked at the Bank since 1980.
Haynes has served the Bank in several capacities, including Chief Economist, Adviser to the Governor, and more recently as Director, Bank Supervision Department.Â He has also served as Technical Assistant to the Executive Director for Canada, Ireland and the Caribbean at the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) during the period 1987-1989.Â He has authored a number of academic papers in local and international publications, including papers on monetary policy and financial sector issues, and debt management in the Barbados economy.
Dr. Boamah, too, has worked in the Bank in several capacities, including Senior Economist, Deputy Director (Economics) and Director, Research Department.Â He has extensive knowledge in formulating economic policy and on general macroeconomic issues affecting small open economies, and has written on macroeconomic model building, external competitiveness, external debt and growth, and on the determinants of investment.
They are both graduates of the University of Western Ontario, Canada. Haynes holds an MA in Economics and Dr. Boamah holds MA and Ph.D degrees in economics.Â
Haynes enjoys watching sports, while Dr. Boamah loves gardening, socializing and reading.
January 14, 2010