Central Banking

Duisenberg gets chief adviser at ECB

The European Central Bank has appointed Olaf Sleijpen chief adviser of Wim Duisenberg, president of the bank. Sleijpen starts on April 1, 2001. Sleijpen is a 30-year old departmental director of the general secretariat of the Dutch central bank. He also leads the department for external relations and communications. He will succeed Lex Hooduin, a fellow Dutchman, who is returning to the Dutch central bank. Sleijpen will act as a co-ordinator to the executive board, liasing with the personal

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