Over 50 posts unfilled as Central Bank struggles to recruit regulators
Biggest shortfall is in insurance division
The staff vacancy rate in the Central Bank has eased, according to new figures, but the organisation is still struggling to recruit senior insurance industry regulators.
The bank has 56 open positions, giving it an overall vacancy rate of 3 per cent. At the beginning of the year, there were about 100 positions available at the bank, which should have a full staff of about 1,500.
The biggest shortfall is in the bank’s insurance division, which accounts for just...
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