Wanted: a francophone economist with elite research skills who can provide an outsider’s perspective on how we do things here in Canada.
The Bank of Canada announced June 13 that Sylvain Leduc, one of four deputy governors, will “return to San Francisco with his family” at the end of July and resume working at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
Canada’s central bank said the search for a replacement would begin immediately. The board of directors will lead the process, and Boyden, the international executive recruitment firm, has been hired to beat the bushes for candidates.
The headhunters will have a difficult job matching Leduc’s unique resumé.
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