Decision on distribution of work within the Executive Board

The Executive Board of the Riksbank made a decision on 2 February on the division of work between the members of the Board. Deputy Governor Svante Öberg will take over responsibility for processing consultation documents. Otherwise there will be no change in the present division of work. Following the decision, the division is: - Stefan Ingves is Governor of the Riksbank. - Eva Srejber is First Deputy Governor and the Governor’s alternate. She is responsible for presenting proposals for regulations regarding asset management. - Lars Nyberg is Deputy Governor and responsible for presenting proposals for Financial Stability Reports and proposals on measures aimed at ensuring the stability and efficiency of the payment system. - Kristina Persson is Deputy Governor and responsible for presenting proposals regarding strategic information and communication issues. - Irma Rosenberg is Deputy Governor and responsible for presenting proposals for Inflation Reports and for decisions concerning monetary and exchange rate policy measures. - Svante Öberg is Deputy Governor and responsible for presenting proposals regarding fundamentally important opinions and for making decisions in other matters relating to consultation documents. In addition to this distribution of work, other tasks may be assigned to individual Board members for a shorter or longer period. As before, the Executive Board has collective responsibility for the Bank’s activities.

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