Bob Rankin, the assistant governor for currency at the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA), is to become the central bank's chief representative in Europe.
The central bank on Thursday said Rankin would replace John Veale, the current chief representative in Europe, where he will be responsible for foreign exchange management operations, financial market analysis, and liaison with other central banks and institutions in the region. He will be based at the central bank's London office from the end of
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