CBI deputy governor: ‘New rules sound like motherhood and apple pie, but will make the difference’
Derville Rowland of the Central Bank is on a mission to woo companies over to the individual accountability framework
Derville Rowland doesn’t often work at her desk – she finds it a tad too “grandiose”.
It’s hard to argue with her diagnosis: hers is a formidable office, dominated by a huge black worktop on which a pair of computer monitors are bracketed firmly into place.
Rowland, deputy governor of the Central Bank, inherited the space and prefers to work at a round table in the middle of the room, over a Friday morning coffee.