Bank of Spain deputy governor resigns

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Francisco Javier Aríztegui has announced his resignation as deputy governor of the Bank of Spain, the central bank said in a statement today (June 11). The announcement comes after former governor, Miguel Fernández Ordóñez, resigned on May 29.

A spokesperson for the central bank explained that it is usual for the six-year terms of the governor and deputy governor to coincide, which is why Aríztegui followed Ordóñez and resigned before the end of his term. He would otherwise have remained deputy

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