Czech rate-setter Tomšik promoted to vice governor


Vladimír Tomšik, a chief executive director at the Czech National Bank, was on Tuesday named a vice-governor of the central bank.

Václav Klaus, the Czech Republic's President, also named Kamil Janáček, a former academic and the chief economist at Komerční Banka, a Czech lender, to the central bank's rate-setting board.

The board comprises the governor, two vice governors, with the other being Mojmír Hampl, and four directors. The two appointments, which will take effect as of Thursday, will roun

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