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Claudia Aebersold Szalay to become Head of Media Relations at the SNB

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Claudia Aebersold-Szalay at a NZZ event. (Image: Evenito) Claudia Aebersold Szalay will assume the role of Head of Media Relations at the Swiss National Bank on 1 June, replacing Walter Meier who will be leaving the bank having reached retirement age. Ms Aebersold Szalay was previously an economics and business editor at the NZZ newspaper for eleven years. Her remit included covering European Central Bank and the Deutsche Bundesbank, which allowed her to gain extensive insight into monetary policy issues. Shejoined the SNB as an advisor in the Communications unit at the beginning of 2018, and holds a doctorate in economics from the University of Basel. Download PDF

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Claudia Aebersold Szalay to become Head of Media Relations at the SNB

Claudia Aebersold-Szalay at a NZZ event. (Image: Evenito)

Claudia Aebersold Szalay will assume the role of Head of Media Relations at the Swiss National Bank on 1 June, replacing Walter Meier who will be leaving the bank having reached retirement age.

Ms Aebersold Szalay was previously an economics and business editor at the NZZ newspaper for eleven years. Her remit included covering European Central Bank and the Deutsche Bundesbank, which allowed her to gain extensive insight into monetary policy issues. Shejoined the SNB as an advisor in the Communications unit at the beginning of 2018, and holds a doctorate in economics from the University of Basel.

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The Swiss National Bank conducts the country’s monetary policy as an independent central bank. It is obliged by the Constitution and by statute to act in accordance with the interests of the country as a whole. Its primary goal is to ensure price stability, while taking due account of economic developments. In so doing, it creates an appropriate environment for economic growth.

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