Ireland’s finance ministry has invited “expressions of interest” from candidates to become the country’s next central bank governor.
The Central Bank of Ireland’s current governor Philip Lane was confirmed as a member of the European Central Bank’s governing council on March 22. Lane will be the first Irish citizen to hold an executive-level position at the ECB. He will almost certainly take over as the ECB’s de facto chief economist when Peter Praet retires at the end of May.
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