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MNI BRIEF: Eurogroup Head Reveals New ESM Head Shortlist

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Eurogroup Chair Paschal Donohoe has revealed the shortlist of candidates to succeed Klaus Regling as head of the European Stability Mechanism. The list includes: Italy’s Marco Buti, a senior EU Commission official and currently Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni’s chief of staff, Luxembourg’s Pierre Gramegna, a former finance minister of Luxembourg. The Netherlands proposed Menno Snel, a former state secretary for finance, and Portugal put forward Joao Leao, another former finance minister.

EU finance ministers will make a decision on which of the four will take over the role at their meeting on May 23.

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Eurogroup Chair Paschal Donohoe has revealed the shortlist of candidates to succeed Klaus Regling as head of the European Stability Mechanism. The list includes: Italy’s Marco Buti, a senior EU Commission official and currently Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni’s chief of staff, Luxembourg’s Pierre Gramegna, a former finance minister of Luxembourg. The Netherlands proposed Menno Snel, a former state secretary for finance, and Portugal put forward Joao Leao, another former finance minister.

EU finance ministers will make a decision on which of the four will take over the role at their meeting on May 23.