The new director of the finance department comes in the Czech National Bank at Petr Král (45) from December 1. Tomáš Holub will be replaced, who will become a member of the CNB Bank Board since December. The central bank said in a press release.
Since December, the CNB Bank Board has also appointed Deputy Director of the Financial Department Luboš Komárka (47) and Dan Hájková (43) Director of Financial Policy and Financial Department Finance Analysis Department. Komarek was also responsible for managing the External Economic Relations Department.
The King has been working in the CNB since 1999. From 2004 to 2007, he was the head of the short-term prognosis report and the Deputy Director of the Department. From 2007 the current he was Director of the Financial Policy Department and the Financial Analysis Department and from 2015 to the current as well as Deputy Director of the Financial Department. In his research, publishing and lecturing activities, the King focuses on practical financial policy issues.
Komárek at the CNB has been working since September 1996. Gradually, the economist's position, an adviser held to a Board member and the head of the financial analysis and the department transferred financial policy from the financial department and statistical From July 2009 to date, he was Director of the Financial Department's External Economic Relations Department.
Hajkova worked as an economic analyst at the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in Paris between 2002 and 2004. He then worked in the Czech National Bank department on different analytical and managerial positions. From 2014 to 2016, he worked as an economic and financial analyst in the private field, and in the last two years she was a board member of the Bank Board.
The CNB sets out financial policy, financial affairs and coins, regulates the circulation, payment and settlement of banks. It also oversees the banking sector, the capital market, insurance, pension schemes, credit unions, electronic currency organizations and overseas exchange supervision.
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