Board of Directors
The Reserve Bank has a Board of Directors whose primary function is to review the performance of the Governor and the Bank. The Board holds regular meetings at which it receives extensive briefings on the Bank’s activities, decisions and policies. At these meetings the Board also provides advice to the Governor.
The Board, through an Audit Committee, also reviews the Bank’s financial statements. Each year the Board writes an assessment of the Bank’s and the Governor’s performance, which is provided as advice to the Minister of Finance and made public later in the Bank’s Annual Report.