Serbia reveals new deputy governor


On Monday, the National Bank of Serbia revealed that following governor Dejan Šoškić's proposal, the central bank council in its meeting on September 2, appointed Diana Dragutinović as a deputy governor of the central bank.

Dragutinović has been minister of finance in the Serbian government since 2008. Before this, she was deputy governor in charge of co-ordination and management of research and statistics, monetary policy and payment systems at the central bank, joining on September 1, 2004.


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