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The Audit Committee

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The Audit Committee is an independent body answerable directly to the Board of Governors and responsible for verifying that the operations of the Bank have been conducted and its books kept in a proper manner. At the time of approval of the financial statements by the Board of Directors, the Audit Committee issues its statements thereon. The reports of the Audit Committee on the results of its work during the preceding year are sent to the Board of Governors together with the annual report of the Board of Directors. The Audit Committee is composed of six Members, appointed by the Board of Governors for a non-renewable term of office of six consecutive financial years.

Date of situation: 16/07/2019

Chairman

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John
SUTHERLAND


Members

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László
BALOGH
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Mindaugas
MACIJAUSKAS
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Vasile
IUGA
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Pierre
KRIER

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Nuno
GRACIAS FERNANDES


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Uldis
CERPS
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Duarte
PITTA FERRAZ


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