Dutch government re-appoints Knot as DNB governor and boosts board

DNB president Klaas Knot

Klaas Knot has been re-appointed as president of the Netherlands Bank by the country’s government, which also announced a series of senior appointments to the central bank and the Financial Markets Authority.

Knot will serve a second seven-year term as president of the DNB. He studied economics at the University of Groningen, where he gained a PhD. From 1995 to 1998, he worked as an economist at the DNB. He worked for a year at the International Monetary Fund before re-joining the DNB, where he

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