Iceland re-appoints central bank chief

The Prime Minister of Iceland has re-appointed Eirikur Gunason as Governor of the central bank for a term of seven years which began on 1 May.

Mr Gunason has been Governor of the Central Bank since 1994. He started his career at the Central Bank in 1969 and has held various posts at the bank, including Economist, Department Director, Chief Economist from 1984 to 1986 and Assistant Governor from 1987 to 1994.

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