Carl-Ludwig Thiele, a German politician, is set to replace Hans Georg Fabritius on the Bundesbank's executive board, according to German media reports.
Die Welt, a German daily, reported on Thursday that the federal government would nominate Thiele, now the Free Democratic Party's speaker on fiscal policy, for the role.
If Thiele was to replace Fabritius he would become the third former politician to sit on the six-strong board, joining Thilo Sarrazin and Rudolf Böhmler.
Handelsblatt, a German d
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