The two main candidates who seem likely to succeed French-born Danièle Nouy as the next chair of the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) include Ireland's Sharon Donnery and Andrea Enria of Italy.
Their nomination was confirmed by the European Parliament’s Economic and Monetary Committee on October 24, with the final say being in the hands of the European Central Bank’s governing council scheduled for the end of the year.
Donnery is the deputy governor of the Irish Central Bank, while Enria ser...

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