Lane closer to seat at ECB top table
If approved, the former Trinity College professor would replace the bank’s current chief economist Peter Praet, who is stepping down at the end of May
EU finance ministers have formally recommended that Central Bank Governor Philip Lane be appointed to the executive board of the European Central Bank.
If approved, the former Trinity College professor would replace the bank’s current chief economist Peter Praet, who is stepping down at the end of May.
Ireland, a founder member of the euro zone, has never held a seat on the six-member ECB...
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