People: Iceland’s central bank makes senior appointments

Central Bank of Iceland

Iceland: The Central Bank of Iceland has made two senior appointments following its merger with the country’s Financial Services Authority earlier this year.

Flóki Halldórsson has been appointed to head the financial stability office and Logi Ragnarsson has been appointed as new director of information technology.

In January 2020, the central bank completed its merger with the country’s Financial Supervisory Authority. Governor Ásgeir Jónsson remains responsible for the central bank’s

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