Spain suggests supervisory appointment changes

Julio Segura, director of the Bank of Spain, has recommended a few changes to the way that appointments are made for executives of regulatory and supervisory boards.

Mr Segura believes the executives should be appointed by parliament and their mandate should last for longer periods of time, but should not be renewable. The organisations that would be affected include the Bank of Spain itself and the CNMV, Spain's stock market commission.

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