National Bank of Belgium (NBB) governor Luc Coene will take up a high-profile role at the European Central Bank (ECB) when his term expires next month, it was revealed today.
He will serve as one of the four ECB representatives on the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) supervisory board from March 11, joining Ignazio Angeloni, Julie Dickson and Sirkka Hämäläinen.
Coene, who has served as governor since February 2011, was expected to step down last year, but agreed a one-year extension in March 2
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