Staffing headache at Central Bank as brain drain empties regulatory posts

The number of unfilled positions at the Central Bank is growing with almost 100 vacancies in key regulatory areas.

14th March, 2015

The bank has a staffing requirement of close to 1,500 but The Sunday Business Post has learned that the brain drain among existing staff and a difficulty in recruiting new employees in crucial areas means there is a growing shortage.

The worst areas affected are in the Central Bank’s key divisions, including the supervision division, enforcement and technology.

It’s understood that in the enforcement division, which is responsible for investigations and sanctioning firms that...

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