Riksbank starts open recruitment procedure for board members

New central bank act requires publishing a recruitment profile and an open application process

Sveriges Riksbank
Sveriges Riksbank
Photo: Arild Vågen

Sweden’s central bank is set to implement a new procedure to recruit board members, it said on November 20.

The new central bank act, which came into force on January 1, requires Sveriges Riksbank to publish and advertise a recruitment profile for these positions, and run an open selection process.

The procedure will first apply to select the replacement for deputy governor Martin Flodén, whose term in office expires on May 21, 2024.

Flodén has been serving in the Riksbank’s board since 2013

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