The executive board of the European Central Bank (ECB) has appointed the four directors-general who will head up the single supervisory mechanism (SSM), taking up their positions "in early 2014".
The ECB started advertising for the heads and deputies of the four directorates-general (DGs) that make up the SSM last September and applications closed on October 25. DGs I and II will be responsible for the direct supervision of ‘significant' banks; DG III will be responsible for the indirect supervi
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