The central bank NBS has launched major organizational changes, says Peter Kažimír, its new governor. The changes mainly impact the monetary and supervision sections. “Some 300 of 1,100 employees are changing positions, of whom 80 have been given a new job description,” he adds. Just ten people are leaving, as they refused to move. NBS also called a tender for process and HR audit, to be carried out this year. Following benchmarking with other central banks, further changes will be made. Kažimír does not expect an increase in workforce and has no targets for job cuts.