The terms of the separation and resignation of former Executive Director at the Financial Services Commission, Everton McFarlane, could be published as early as Tuesday.

That’s according to Minister of Finance, Dr Nigel Clarke.

Dr Clarke says McFarlane was asked to resign in order to make way for a new direction of the FSC.

Dr Nigel Clarke, finance minister.

McFarlane’s resignation takes effect on January 31.

Bank of Jamaica’s Chief Prudential Officer, Keron Burrell, will be seconded to the FSC to act as its Executive Director.