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Bank of Greece Recommends New Vice-Governor

February 8, 2021

ATHENS — The Bank of Greece, following a recommendation by its governor Yannis Stournaras, recommended Christina Papaconstantinou as new vice-governor in the central bank. The recommendation was made by BoG’s board to the Greek government cabinet.

Papaconstantinou is acting as chairman of the board in PQH SA since 2017, she served as secreaty general of the Finance ministry and secretary general of Fiscal Policy in the General Accounting Office in the period 2012-2014. She also served as national representative to the ECOFIN and the OECD. She is a graduate of the Law Scholl of the Athens University and a doctorate degree on European Community Law of the London University. She will replace Theodoros Mitrakos.

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