The Governing Council of ECB appointed Edouard Fernandez-Bollo, Kerstin af Jochnick, and Elizabeth McCaul as representatives to the Supervisory Board of ECB Banking Supervision, for a five-year non-renewable term. The Board is chaired by Andrea Enria and the designated Vice-Chair is Yves Mersch, who is also a member of the Executive Board of ECB. The three new ECB-appointed members will join Pentti Hakkarainen, who took up his duties in February 2017.
The representatives of 19 national competent authorities sit on the Supervisory Board. Mr. Fernandez-Bollo currently serves as Secretary General of ACPR, which he represents on the Supervisory Board. Mr. Jochnick serves as first deputy governor of Sveriges Riksbank and Ms. McCaul is head of strategy and interim Chief Executive Officer of Promontory Financial Group Europe. The Supervisory Board is responsible for planning and carrying out the banking supervision tasks of ECB.
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