People: Israeli deputy to leave the central bank

David Vaaknin

Israel: The Bank of Israel’s deputy governor, Nadine Baudot-Trajtenberg, will leave the central bank at the end of February following the completion of her five-year term.

“I am proud of the many achievements we have had while constantly dealing with complex professional issues, alongside the co-operation with the public and governmental spheres in Israel,” she said in a statement.

Baudot-Trajtenberg was elected to the role on the recommendation of then governor Karnit Flug. During her time as

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