First female governor appointed to Bank of Macedonia

Anita Bezhoska
Anita Bezhoska
National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia

Macedonia’s parliament has appointed a new governor to the country’s central bank, after apparently rejecting the president’s attempt to keep the then-sitting governor in place.

Anita Angelovska Bezhoska, a former International Monetary Fund official, took office on May 22, becoming the first woman to hold the role.

On April 30, Macedonian president Gjorge Ivanov had publicly nominated then-serving governor Dimitar Bogov for a second term as governor of the National Bank of the Republic of

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