Senior deputy governor of the Bank of Canada, Carolyn Wilkins, sits down with Central Banking’s Rachael King
Carolyn Wilkins said she will end her role as the Bank of Canada’s senior deputy governor on December 9, five months before the end of her term.
Wilkins announced on September 17 that she would not seek another term, less than four months after Tiff Macklem was appointed governor. Many observers had seen her as a likely successor to Stephen Poloz before the central bank board, with cabinet approval, appointed Macklem.
In a statement, the central bank said Wilkins had informed the board of
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