Bank of Italy’s Tarantola set to run state media company


Anna Maria Tarantola, deputy director general of Bank of Italy since January 2009 and former head of banking supervision, is set to leave the central bank to take on a new role as president of state media broadcaster, RAI.

A Bank of Italy spokeswoman confirmed Italian prime minister, Mario Monti – an economist by training – had nominated Tarantola to take on the role at RAI. But she stressed that since the appointment is still subject to parliamentary approval, "nothing has been scheduled yet"

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