An independent panel set up to examine the Reserve Bank of Australia says it will make recommendations to “revitalise” the central bank.
Review panel pledges to revitalise RBA
The federal government will be given a list of ways the Reserve Bank of Australia can be “revitalised”, the panel set up to review it says.
The review panel – comprising Professor Renee Fry‑McKibbin, Professor Carolyn Wilkins and Dr Gordon de Brouwer – provided an update to a CEDA event in Sydney on Thursday.
“The panel is confident it is collecting the breadth and depth of opinion it needs, to provide government with recommendations to revitalise the RBA and prepare it for the years ahead,” they said in a statement.
The panel has received over 114 submissions, conducted a dozen focus groups, interviewed more than 230 people and surveyed almost 1100 current and former RBA staff.