Sabine Lautenschläger's appointment to the European Central Bank's (ECB) executive board has prompted a reshuffle of the six members' responsibilities, with Benoît Coeuré the main beneficiary.
Coeuré remains the head of market operations, but also takes over international and European relations, formerly the remit of Jörg Asmussen. This will make him the primary link between the ECB and the European Parliament.
Coeuré will also manage the central bank's permanent representation in Washington, DC
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