Seppo Honkapohja, a member of the Bank of Finland's board of governors, was today (October 26) appointed for a second five-year term.
In comments to CentralBanking.com, Honkapohja noted his start at the central bank – in January 2008 – came at a difficult time. "My first five-year term has indeed been in a very turbulent period," he said. "As part of the euro system the Bank of Finland has contributed toward gradually solving the crisis and I have been in the team here. I expect that this work w
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