People: Bank of Spain governor nominates new deputy

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Spain: The new governor of the Bank of Spain, Pablo Hernández de Cos, has nominated Margarita Delgado to replace outgoing deputy governor Javier Alonso later this year.

Alonso submitted his resignation after only a year and a half in the role. Delgado, if approved by the minister of finance, will be the first woman to hold a deputy governor post.

Delgado currently works as one of the director-generals at the European Central Bank’s (ECB) Single Supervisory Mechanism, responsible for the micro

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