Madis Müller leads Eesti Pank and is a member of the European Central Bank’s Governing Council, the highest decision-making body of the ECB that among other decisions sets monetary policy for the euro area.
Madis Müller became Governor of Eesti Pank in June 2019, when he took over from Ardo Hansson. The Governor’s term of office is for seven years.
Madis Müller was previously Deputy Governor of Eesti Pank, a portfolio manager for equity investments at International Finance Corporation (IFC), an advisor to the Executive Director of the Nordic-Baltic constituency at the World Bank, and an economic policy adviser to the Prime Minister and the Minister of Finance of the Republic of Estonia.
Mr Müller holds a Master’s in Finance degree from George Washington University in the USA and a bachelor’s degree in banking and finance from Estonian Business School. He is also a CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) and FRM (Financial Risk Manager) charterholder.
Source: Eesti Pank