SK Sur Chowdhury, whose contractual appointment as Bangladesh Bank deputy governor ended on Wednesday, has been appointed as the banking reform adviser of the central bank.
Bangladesh Bank’s board of directors at a meeting on Tuesday approved the appointment of Sur as adviser for two years.
In his new responsibility, Sur will advise on the formulation of reform policies for banks and financial institutions, said a BB press release issued on Wednesday.
He will also advise the central bank and other authorities concerned on implementing the banking sector reform programmes and on formulating future banking sector reform strategies.
Sur joined Bangladesh Bank in May, 1981 as an assistant director.
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