Bank of Lithuania’s Vitas Vasiliauskas on Europe’s push to banking union


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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