The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) is headed by the Board of Governors, which delegates oversight of Bank operations to the Board of Directors chaired by the President. The President is appointed by the Board of Governors and is responsible for the day-to-day business of the Bank. He is assisted by two Vice-Presidents and an advisory management team, comprising the Directors of each department.

Office of the President

The President is Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer of the Bank. He conducts, under the direction of the Board of Directors, the current business of the Bank. The Internal Audit Unit, Office of Risk Management, Corporate Communications Unit and the Office of Independent Evaluation are attached to the Office of the President.

Read the President’s bio here

Office of the Vice-President (Corporate Services) and Bank Secretary

The Vice-President (Corporate Services) and Bank Secretary is responsible for the effective planning, development and provision of advice and services relating to the Legal Department, Finance and Corporate Planning Department, Information and Technology Solutions Department, Human Resources and Administration Department and the Bank Secretariat.  External relations with member countries, donor and other international organisations are also the Vice-President (Corporate Services) and Bank Secretary’s purview.

Legal Department
Finance, and Information & Technology Solutions Department
Human Resources and Administration Department
Bank Secretariat

Office of the Vice-President (Operations)

The Vice-President (Operations) is responsible for overseeing the operation of the Bank’s lending and related economic activities. This post is responsible for the Projects Department, the Economic Department and the Corporate Strategy Division.

Projects Department
Economics Department
Corporate Strategy Division