Bank of Spain names new director-general


The Bank of Spain on June 27 gave Francisco Javier Priego the title of director-general, bringing the total number of directors-general at the central bank to six.

The central bank said Priego will retain his current responsibilities as general secretary; part of this role is managing the Bank's legal department.

Priego joined the central bank in 1985 as a legal counsel, and in 1992 was appointed deputy head of the legal department. From 1998–2011 he was a member of the legal committee of the Eu

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