New Mexican deputy governor confirmed

Roberto del Cuerto has been approved by the Mexican congress to become one of the central bank's four deputy governors. He will fill a position on the bank's monetary policy board which has been vacant for some months.

Del Cuerto worked at the central bank from 1973-94, latterly heading the banking regulation division. He then held positions in the private sector and academia, becoming the head of the National Securities and Banking Commission, Mexico's financial regulator, when Felipe Calderon

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