Piotr J Szpunar joined Poland’s central bank, Narodowy Bank Polski, in 1995 and became deputy head of the macroeconomics department in 2002. In 2007, he was appointed head of the financial system department, and he now serves as advisor to Adam Glapiński, who replaced Marek Belka as governor in June.
In this interview with GlobalCapital’s Phil Moore, Szpunar shares his thoughts on the prospects for Poland’s economy and monetary policy, as well as on the outlook for the banking system.
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