Newly appointed Governor of Turkish Central Bank, Fatih Karahan is seen in Ankara, Turkey on February 04, 2024.
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Turkey’s newly appointed central bank governor, Fatih Karahan, has his work cut out for him, after being named to the job by presidential decree over the weekend following the sudden resignation of his predecessor, Hafize Gaye Erkan.
Previously the central bank’s deputy governor, Karahan’s resume features years spent in prominent American institutions and companies. He received both a master’s degree and doctorate in economics at the University of Pennsylvania, spent nearly a decade as an economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York,…