Campa confirmed as EBA head

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Spanish banker José Manuel Campa’s nomination to become the next chairman of the European Banking Authority (EBA) was confirmed by lawmakers today (February 26).

Members of the European Parliament’s economic affairs committee voted by 35 to eight to confirm Campa in the role.

Campa will serve a five-year term, renewable once. He will be in charge as the EBA moves its headquarters from London to Paris this year, in response to the UK leaving the European Union.

But Campa warned the EBA’s

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