People: Brazil likely to replace deputy with San Francisco Fed economist

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Brazil: Deputy governor of the Brazilian central bank Tiago Berriel will likely be replaced by a Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco economist, governor Roberto Campos Neto announced on May 9.

Berriel is reported to be leaving the position he held for three years for personal reasons. He will end his term after the June monetary policy meeting.

Neto has nominated the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco’s research adviser, Fernanda Feitosa Nechio, to fill the soon-to-be-vacant seat. Nechio

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