Poland nominates Belka as EBRD president

Marek Belka at National Bank of Poland
Marek Belka

National Bank of Poland governor Marek Belka was nominated as president of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) by the Polish government on March 3, a finance ministry spokesman confirmed to Central Banking.

The government also appointed a new member for the central bank's management board – a possible successor to Belka when his term as governor ends in June.

Poland's under-secretary for finance sent formal documents to the EBRD proposing Belka on March 3, the spokesman

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