The Bank is committed to operate under the ethos of integrity, efficiency and transparency. The Central Bank of Belize Act (1982) stipulates the constitution and statutory responsibilities of the Board of Directors and provides for the appointment of the Governor and two Deputy Governors. The Governor is the Chief Executive Officer of the Bank and, subject to the general policy decisions of the Board, is responsible for leading the Bank to achieve its strategic goals and objectives. The two Deputy Governors assist the Governor in administering the daily operations of the Bank.


Learn more about the positions and people who govern the Bank:


Board of Directors

The Central Bank of Belize Act provides for the appointment of a Board of Directors, the policy-making body of the Bank.
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Office of the Governor

The Office of the Governor oversees the strategic direction, management, and day-to-day operations of the Central Bank.
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The Management Team

The managers of the Central Bank work alongside the Governor to achieve the organisation’s strategic goals and objectives.
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Past Governors

In their capacity as Chief Executive Officers, these governors have charted the development of the Central Bank of Belize.
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