Märten Ross, who was ousted as a deputy governor from Eesti Pank earlier this year, has been taken on as an adviser to the country's prime minister.
"We can confirm that Märten Ross is adviser to prime minister Andrus Ansip in finance and fiscal policy matters during the period of August 1–21," Kateriin Leini, a government spokesperson, told CentralBanking.com.
The temporary posting will fill some of the time before he takes on the role of adviser to the Bank of Finland's monetary policy and res
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