Spain: The Bank of Spain has appointed Mariano Herrera García-Canturri as director-general of Banking Supervision, filling the vacancy created when Ramón Quintana was hired last month by the European Central Bank's (ECB) single supervisory mechanism (SSM) to head up a directorate general there.
Herrera was until now associate director-general of banking supervision at the Spanish central bank, a post that is now filled through an internal promotion by Pedro Comín Rodríguez.
Herrera and Comín are
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