Iceland governor included in three-man shortlist to replace him

Már Guðmundsson

The committee appointed to evaluate 10 applicants to be the next governor of the Central Bank of Iceland (CBI) has presented its report to the finance ministry, with incumbent governor Már Guðmundsson one of three applicants judged as being "very well qualified" for the post.

The committee – made up, controversially, of Reykjavik police chief Stefan Eiriksson, Ólöf Nordal, another lawyer who sits on the central bank supervisory board, and Gudmundur Magnusson, former rector of the University of

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