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Michelle Doyle

Michelle Doyle

Deputy Governor, Central Bank of Barbados

Michelle Doyle, a career central banker with over 25 years of experience, was appointed Deputy Governor of the Bank on October 1, 2023.

She previously held the post of Advisor to the Governor and Head of the Bank’s Digital Transformation Unit. From the late 1990’s to present, Doyle has held the positions of Economist, Investment Analyst, Deputy Director of Banking, Currency & Investments and Director of the Research & Economic Analysis Department.

Since joining the Central Bank, Doyle has contributed significantly to a wide range of areas, particularly lending her expertise to economic policy formulation, reserve management, financial sector development, and public debt management.

During this time, she became the Chairperson of the CARICOM Fintech Work Group and contributed to the introduction of Barbados’ Regulatory Sandbox to enable financial innovation.

She is proficient in several of the Bank’s information systems, data management, policy formulation and digital transformation initiatives, which allows her to serve as the  Central Bank's primary liaison with select regional and international multilateral  agencies. Doyle is a member of the Board of Directors of the Barbados Stock Exchange and the Board of Directors of the Barbados Central Securities Depository Incorporated.

She possesses a BSc (Hons) in Economics from the University of the West Indies and a Masters of Philosophy in International Finance from the University of Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom. She has been a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) charter holder since 2005. Doyle recently completed the Fintech and Regulatory Innovation Programme, University of Cambridge Judge Business School and the Fintech Programme, Oxford University Saïd Business School Cambridge.

Based on her career focus on economics and finance, Doyle has published in the Journal of Applied Financial Economics, the IFC Review, and the Central Bank of Barbados Economic Review and its Working Paper Series. Her research has focused on payments systems, Fintech, public debt management, and Barbados’ capital market development.

Updated October 25, 2023

Bio- Michelle Doyle