People: Iceland deputy handed second term; IMF appoints new statistics head


Iceland: Arnór Sighvatsson has been reappointed for a second term as the Central Bank of Iceland's deputy governor. His four-year term begins in July and will be his last, as the Icelandic Central Bank Act stipulates that a deputy may only serve two terms.

Sighvatsson completed a doctoral degree at the Northern Illinois University in 1990 and joined the central bank in the same year. In 1995, he became deputy chief economist, and in 2004 took over as chief economist and director of the economics

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