People: new deputy governor at Bank of Greece

The Bank of Greece
The Bank of Greece
Daniel Hinge

Greece: The Bank of Greece announced that Christina Papaconstantinou, who has played a prominent role in dealing with the country’s troubled banks, has become one of its deputy governors.

A Greek Orthodox bishop administered Papaconstantinou’s oath of office on March 11 before Greece’s president Katerina Sakellaropoulou and central bank governor Yannis Stournaras. 

Papaconstantinou becomes one of two deputy governors at the bank, succeeding Theodoros Mitrakos. A graduate of the University of

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