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CB’s Monetary Board appoints new Asst. Governors

The Monetary Board at a recent meeting promoted four Staff Class Grade IV officers, A Kamalasiri, Ms. R Dheerasinghe, S S Ratnayake and K D Ranasinghe to the post of Assistant Governor of the Central Bank (CB) with effect from January 1, 2012.

These promotions have been made in line with the succession plan of the Bank to address the emerging challenges of the CB, the bank said in a statement. Mr. Kamalasiri, former Secretary of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka, has served the Bank for a period of 32 years and has wide experience in the areas of Statistics, Banking Development, Economic Research, Domestic Operations
and Secretariat. As the Assistant Governor, Mr. Kamalasiri will oversee the Departments of Secretariat and Policy Review & Monitoring.

Ms. R Dheerasinghe, former Superintendent of Employees’ Provident Fund, has served the Bank for a period of 29 years and has experience in the areas of Economic Research, Domestic Operations, Policy Review and Monitoring, International Operations and Employees’ Provident Fund. As the Assistant Governor, Mrs. Dheerasinghe will oversee the Departments of Employees’ Provident Fund and Communications.

Mr. Ratnayake, former Superintendent of Public Debt, has served the Central Bank for a period of 28 years and has experience in the areas of Employees’ Provident Fund, Banking Development, Bank Supervision Payments and Settlements, Supervision of Non Banking Financial Institutions and Public Debt. As the Assistant Governor, he will oversee the Departments of Payments and Settlements and Facilities Management.

Mr. Ranasinghe, former Director and Chief Economist of Economic Research, has been appointed as the Assistant Governor in-charge of Agency Functions (Public Debt and Exchange Control).
He has served the Bank for a period over 25 years and has experience in the areas of Banking Development, Economic Research and Rural Credit. Prior to this appointment he has held the position of Director and the Chief Economist of Economic Research for a period over two years.

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