Interview: Ivan Iskrov

Ivan Iskrov's appointment as governor in 2003 meant a return to the Bulgarian National Bank, which he joined a decade before. After working as a senior examiner  in the banking supervision, he left the central bank in 1997 to pursue careers in banking and politics. Iskrov held executive directorships at DSK Bank and Rosseximbank, and in 2001 he was elected to parliament where he chaired the Budget and Finance Commission, and was a member of two commissions on European matters. An economics

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