December 8, 2011
Rodrigo Vergara has been named governor of the Chiles central bank, r
Rodrigo Vergara has been named governor of the Chile’s central bank, replacing outgoing head Jose De Gregorio. His term starts Saturday and lasts 5 years. Vergara, already a board member, had long been thought to be the most likely successor, according to Nomura. Chile holds its final interest rate decision meeting of the year Tuesday.