The race to become the next chair of the Single Supervisory Mechanism narrowed on October 23 after a closed-door session of the European Parliament’s Econ committee.
Central Banking understands European Banking Authority chief Andrea Enria and Central Bank of Ireland deputy governor Sharon Donnery are the last two candidates in contention for the role. A spokeswoman for the Econ committee declined to officially confirm the reports.
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