Bank of Estonia appoints deputy governor to supervisory role


The supervisory board of the Bank of Estonia today (September 13) appointed deputy-governor Madis Müller as a member of the supervisory board of the Financial Supervision Authority.

Müller was selected following the proposal of the governor of the central bank, Ardo Hansson. He will take up the position on October 20, when the term of the previous deputy-governor, Rein Minka, expires.

At the meeting, the supervisory board introduced the regular internal audit's external assessment report, which

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