Brazil central bank directors resign

Brazil's central bank said in a statement on Thursday 6 April that Alexandre Schwartsman, the head of its international relations department, and Sergio Darcy, chief of its norms department, had asked to step down.

Schwartsman will be replaced by Paulo Vieira da Cunha, the former director of emerging markets research at HSBC and a professor at Columbia University in New York.

Darcy, who is leaving to run the central bank's pension fund Centrus, will be replaced by Alexandre Tombini, currently i

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