Brazil’s Tombini seeks appointment of new director


On May 31, the governor of the Central Bank of Brazil, Alexandre Tombini, recommended the president of the country, Dilma Rousseff approve the appointment of a director of special affairs.

A brief statement from the governor said the newly created role was intended to improve transparency by enhancing communication with the public. Tombini nominated Luiz Edson Feltrim, the current executive secretary to the governor, for the role.

Meanwhile, on the same day, Lazard Americas, a financial advisory

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