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Member of the NBS Bank Board

Vladimír Dvořáček

Date of birth: 21 June 1963
Place of birth: Bratislava
Start of term of office: 3 April 2019
End of term of office: 3 April 2025

Education

Education
University of Economics in Bratislava, Faculty of Economy and Management of Production Sectors
Master’s degree (Ing.)

Professional career

DatePosition
Since 1 March 2020Member of the Bank Board of Národná banka Slovenska and Executive Director of NBS’s Supervision and Financial Stability Division
2017 – 2020Member of the Bank Board of Národná banka Slovenska and Executive Director of NBS’s Prudential Supervision Division
2017 – 2019Member of the Board of Supervisors of the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA)
Since 2014Member of the Supervisory Board of the ECB’s Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM)
2014 – 2017Member of the NBS Bank Board and Executive Director of NBS’s Financial Market Supervision Unit
Since 2011Member of the Board of Supervisors of the European Banking Authority (EBA) and the General Board of the European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB)
Since 2010Chair of the Supervisory Board of the Deposit Protection Fund
2010 – 2014Executive Director of NBS’s Financial Market Supervision Unit
2004 – 2010Ministry of Finance of the Slovak Republic,
General Director of the Financial Market Section
Representing Slovakia on several committees of EU and OECD bodies
2004 – 2006Financial Market Authority (Úrad pre finančný trh)
Board member representing the Ministry of Finance of the Slovak Republic
1994 – 2004National Property Fund of the Slovak Republic (Fond národného majetku SR)
1985 – 1994Slovenská polygrafia, š.p., Danubiaprint, š.p., Codea, s.r.o.

Additional

Mr Dvořáček has overall responsibility for NBS’s supervision of the banking sector, securities market and financial stability area. At the Finance Ministry, Mr Dvořáček was responsible for developing financial market policies, strategies and regulation (concerning banking, insurance and capital market sectors) and for the implementation of European Union directives on financial services.

Mr Dvořáček is fluent in English and has a passive knowledge of Russian and German.