Curacao Chronicle / WILLEMSTAD – On Tuesday, January 9, Julian Lopez Ramirez was sworn in by the governor of Sint Maarten as a member of the Supervisory Board of the Central Bank of Curaçao and Sint Maarten (the “CBCS”).
Lopez Ramirez is the seventh member of the Supervisory Board of the CBCS (the “RvC”). This means that the Supervisory Board is now complete. The swearing in of Lopez Ramirez was attended by the Supervisory Board and by Mrs Matroos-Lasten and Mr Jardim, as the Board of Directors of the CBCS (the “Executive Board”).
The visit to Sint Maarten was gratefully accepted by the Supervisory Board and the Executive Board as an opportunity to visit the interim Prime Minister Boasman of Sint Maarten. During this meeting, the Supervisory Board and the Executive Board agreed to work on the further development and optimal utilization of the CBCS branch in Sint Maarten.
The CBCS also expressed the willingness to assist the government of Sint Maarten in the reconstruction of the island where necessary.
Photo: from left to right: Jose Jardim (Board), Ajamu Baly, Sixiènne Jansen (Secretary), Ahmed Bell, Dennis Richardson, Governor Eugene Holiday, Etienne Ys (Chairman of the Supervisory Board), Julian Lopez Ramirez, Jeanette Hagen, Rignaal Francisca and Leila Matroos-Lasten (Board of Directors).
Curacao: Swearing in of Julian Lopez Ramirez as member of Supervisory Board Central Bank
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