People: Olli Rehn enters office as Bank of Finland governor

Olli Rehn

Finland: Olli Rehn took over from Erkki Liikanen on July 12 as governor of the Bank of Finland and chairman of the bank’s board.

The Bank of Finland assigns responsibility for particular areas to its board members. In his role as chairman, Rehn will be responsible for monetary policy preparation as well as domestic economic policy, external communications, internal audit and international affairs.

Tumos Välimäki, who was appointed to the board earlier this year, will take over responsibility

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