Finance minister Njeru Githae will this week make the decision on how and when the new Capital Markets Chief executive will be picked.
Githae says he will decide on three available options of picking from the the three names forwarded to him in an earlier recruitment exercise. He may also consider interviewing the acting chief executive Paul Muthaura for the position.
Muthaura will however have to be evaluated against the credentials of earlier interviewees for him to be confirmed or rejected.
The CMA board gave the alternative of being allowed six months to restart the process of advertising and interviewing interested people afresh.
CMA has been without a substantive chief executive for several months now.