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'''Paolo Baffi''' was an [[Italian]] [[central banker]].
 
 
==Career==
 
==Career==
 
He resigned from his job as [[Governor of the Bank of Italy]] in 1979, after a failed accusation against him led by magistrates of the Tribunal of Rome, considered kin to the Caltagirone family (a group of builders who had contracted heavy debts with the Bank of Italy) and Christian Democracy.  
 
He resigned from his job as [[Governor of the Bank of Italy]] in 1979, after a failed accusation against him led by magistrates of the Tribunal of Rome, considered kin to the Caltagirone family (a group of builders who had contracted heavy debts with the Bank of Italy) and Christian Democracy.  
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Latest revision as of 12:57, 4 December 2018

Person.png Paolo Baffi   History CommonsRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(Central banker)
Born5 August 1911
Broni, Italy
Died4 August 1989 (Age 77)
Rome, Italy
NationalityItalian

Career

He resigned from his job as Governor of the Bank of Italy in 1979, after a failed accusation against him led by magistrates of the Tribunal of Rome, considered kin to the Caltagirone family (a group of builders who had contracted heavy debts with the Bank of Italy) and Christian Democracy.


References


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