Finland's Matti Vanhala on sick leave

Governor of the Bank of Finland Matti Vanhala had some bad luck while staying at his holiday home in the archipelago recently. Vanhala broke his thigh and needed an operation which, the bank said, will keep him at home until after Christmas.

From, Bank of Finland

The Governor of the Bank of Finland, Matti Vanhala broke his thigh at his holiday home in the archipelago on Friday 5 December.

Following the accident, Mr Vanhala's thigh was operated on at Turku University Hospital. He should be allowed

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