Monrovia, Dec. 6 -- When Central Bank of Liberia Executive Governor-designate appeared at the Liberian Senate confirmation hearing on Thursday, he left lawmakers in a mixed mood.

J. Aloysius Tarlue told the senate how he would fix the crumbling Liberian banking sector during the hearing but there were also some concerns about conflicting information on his CV.

When asked about his plans to lead the CBL during the hearing, he said "My vision, as governor, will be to rebuild confidence in the CBL and the banking sector as a whole in the next five years."

He continued: "This will be done through the banking sector, as a whole, in the next five years. This will be done through reforms aimed at improving governance, ensuring technical sound...