Anguilla: The Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) – Timothy NJ Antoine, has commenced the round of Country Outreach Missions 2022 from Anguilla on May 4, 2022 (Wednesday)
His engagements will commence with a courtesy call on the Governor of Anguilla, Dileeni Daniel-Selvaratnam; following his; he participated in the discussions with Leader of the Opposition, Cora Richardson-Hodge.
Governor also met with the Principal, staff and students of the Valley Primary School, ECCB’s Mentorship School. During the interaction, he took an opportunity to visit the school’s computer lab as ECCB donated Eastern Caribbean Dollar 100,000 for the rebuilding of the lab, which was destroyed because of Hurricane Irma.
On May 5, 2022 (Thursday), Governor Antoine was scheduled to meet with the Executive Council at Government Headquarters, where he reportedly presented and took questions on the ECCU’s performance as well as prospects. He and his team also met with the National Commercial Bank of Anguilla (NCBA) Shareholders Committee.
The team also made a presentation on the ECCU’s performance and prospects to the Social Partners, including the Christian Council, the Evangelical Association, the Chamber of Industry and Commerce, trade unions, non-governmental organisations and youth.
The delegation, which accompanied the Governor, included:
- Head of the Advisory Services Unit, Governor’s Immediate Office – Dr Emefa Sewordor;
- Acting Director of the Corporate Relations Department – Shermalon Kirby;
- Examiner in the Financial Sector Supervision Department – Ella Willius and
- Economist in the Research, Statistics and Data Analytics Department – Kevin Woods
The Country Outreach Missions aligned with the vision and priorities for the ECCB set out in its Citizen Engagement as well as Stakeholder Relations Strategy, which was introduced early into Governor Antoine’s first term.