The Bank of Jamaica is advertising for a new position of Executive Director of Financial Markets.

They’ve also promoted two new Deputy Governors, following the early retirement of Deputy Governor Livingstone Morrison.

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The appointments come amidst criticism that the BOJ has been slow to react to changes in the foreign exchange market.

The BOJ Governor says the new positions are not a response to those criticisms, but rather a recognition that they’re engaged in a very ambitious transformation of the foreign exchange market.

Additionally, the Central Bank has also recruited Noel Greenland to lead its new communications strategy.

Greenland, who was a Senior Vice President at Grace Kennedy Money Services, took over as the BOJ’s Executive Director for Communications in December.