Vitas Vasiliauskas has held the post as chairman of the board of the Bank of Lithuania since April 16, 2011. He joined the Lithuanian central bank after previously working as a lawyer at Baltics business law firm Lawin Lideika, Petrauskas, Valiunas ir partneriai for seven years, where he specialised in financial law.
From 2001–04, he was vice-minister of finance of the Republic of Lithuania and from 1998–2001 was director of the tax department of the Ministry of Finance. From 1995–98, he was h
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