Peruvian president Ollanta Humala on Monday reappointed Julio Velarde as governor of the central bank for another five-year term. Velarde has been chief at the central bank since 2006 and his new term will officially begin once Congress has confirmed his designation.
On the same day, the president also selected three new board members for the central bank. José Gallardo, Jaime Serida and Luis Alberto Arias will begin their roles "once they have been sworn in by the president of the Supreme Court
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