Croatia’s Vujčić on tackling NPLs and home-host supervision

Boris Vujčić
Photo: HNB Božidar Bengez

What policies did you want to implement as governor of the Croatian National Bank?

I had already been deputy governor for two mandates, so I was looking at a continuation of the policies we had already had. I had also been deputy chief negotiator with the European Union over the terms of Croatia’s entry, so I had to stop that.

What role did you play in negotiating with the EU?

I started doing it in 2005. I was in charge of all negotiations over the financial sector. It was interesting. I had

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