Netherlands nominates Frank Elderson to the ECB board

Frank Elderson
Frank Elderson
Photo: Netherlands Bank

The Dutch government nominated Frank Elderson to the executive board of the European Central Bank today (September 11).

Elderson would replace Yves Mersch in the six-member body when his term expires in December 2020. Currently, the official from Luxembourg is vice-chair of the ECB’s supervisory board, and is effectively its senior legal official.  Mersch is also responsible for the ECB’s directorate-general of microprudential supervision, its legal services department and the supervisory board

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