Anna Maria Tarantola, the managing director of the Bank of Italy's banking and supervision unit, will replace Antonio Finocchiaro in the new year as deputy director-general at the central bank. In doing so, she will become the first woman to sit on the central bank's governing board in the institution's 115-year history.
Tarantola has been deputy director general since February 2007. She has devoted her entire career to the central bank, joining the Milan branch in 1971. During her 37-year te
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