Monday, October 13, 2014

Financial Literacy Crucial

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The ECCB has been DORMANT, no passive since its creation.

The most important hidden information which serves to keep that institution largely irrelevant is any common knowledge of its role in the financial health of the OECS region. It is not enough simply to ask for the resignation the incumbent in the leadership role.

The ECCB functionality and role are still matters that even the Member States' PMs are not aux fait with.

Or else, they would long ago have been asking the ECCB to do much more than just give the usual historical stories of events past, and man-in-the-street-type generic indicators or forecasts as central banking "forward guidance".