People: German and Dutch central banks lose board members; Philadelphia Fed appoints research head

Rudolf Böhmler

Germany: The longest-serving member of Deutsche Bundesbank's executive board, Rudolf Böhmler, will step down at the end of the year, two-and-a-half years before the end of his term.

Böhmler joined the board in 2007, and was appointed to a second five-year term in July 2012. Throughout both terms he has been responsible for controlling, accounting and organisation, human resources, administration and premises, and economic education.

The Bundesbank noted the 68-year-old Böhmler "celebrated 50

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