Bulgarian deputy finance minister nominated member of c-bank governing council.

By bne IntelliNews October 4, 2012
President Rosen Plevneliev has nominated current deputy finance minister Boryana Pencheva as member of the Governing Council of the central bank. The 6-year term of the Pencheva will begin on December 2, 2012. The nomination is in compliance with the procedures that guarantee transparency of the appointments of senior public positions. It is also in accordance with the good and effective interaction and predictability in the relations between the President institution and BNB, the official statement reads. In the period 2002-2009 she was Director of Management of EU Funds Directorate within the Ministry of Finance. She also serves as Deputy Chairperson of the Council for Coordination of Fraud Prevention to the Council of Ministers and member of the Council for European Affairs.

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