People: Riksbank deputy’s term extended until 2027

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Per Jansson. Photo: Riksbank

Sweden: The governing board of Sweden’s central bank has extended deputy governor Per Jansson’s term for a further six years.

The extension is effective from January 1, 2022 and also applies to his membership of Sveriges Riksbank’s executive board. This is the second time the board has extended Jansson’s term as deputy governor.

He was first appointed to a five-year term in January 2012 before his term was extended for five years in 2017. According to the Sveriges Riksbank Act, there is no

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