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Ivan Iskrov

 

Ivan Iskrov

Ivan Iskrov

Ivan Iskrov (Bulgarian: Иван Искров) (born 26 March 1967 in Pirdop) is the governor of the Bulgarian National Bank since October 2003.

Contents

  • Biography 1
  • Family 2
  • References 3
  • Bibliography 4
  • External links 5

Biography

Ivan Iskrov was born on 26 March 1967 in US Treasury and the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. Ivan Iskrov took postgraduate studies on Mortgage Securities and Markets in USA (1999).

He was an MP at the Bulgarian National Assembly from 2001 to 2003, Chairman of the Budget and Finance Commission, Member of the European Integration Commission, and Member of the Bulgaria-EU Joint Parliamentary Commission. In October 2003 Ivan Iskrov was appointed to the position Governor of the Bulgarian National Bank.

His work was recognized with Commander of the Order of Leopold by the Belgian government. In 15 July 2010 he was made a Commander of the Belgian Order of Leopold.[1]

Family

Ivan Iskrov is married to Ginka Iskrova, senior manager at PwC (Bulgaria). They have a child.

References

  1. ^ (Bulgarian)Управителят на БНБ Иван Искров удостоен с висок белгийски орден , mediapool.bg, 16 July 2010

Bibliography

  • "Money, Banks, and Monetary Policy", University Publishing House "St. Clement of Ohrid" (in Bulgarian: Пари, банки и парична политика, Университетско издателство "Св. Климент Охридски", София, 1998)

External links

  • Ivan Iskrov Bio
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