The Basel-based Financial Stability Board (FSB) has launched a public recruiting process to find a new secretary general.
The global financial sector policy group’s current secretary general, Svein Andresen, is due to leave the jobat the end of the year.
“Positioned at the heart of international financial policymaking, the successful candidate will lead the FSB Secretariat in its mission to maintain global financial stability and prevent future financial crises,” the FSB says in a news release.
In addition to running the FSB Secretariat, the secretary general also represents the FSB at the G20 and other international meetings.
The deadline for applications is Aug. 20.
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