The second guest of the PFI Talks podcast series, which the Prague Finance Institute brings to you in cooperation with Deník E15, is Marek Mora, Vice Governor of the Czech National Bank. Listen to Mr Mora’s views on rising debt, ways of measuring inflation or changes in consumer behavior. You can find the full video and article on the E15 website or you can listen to the whole conversation conducted in the Czech language in your favorite podcast application. Below you will also find a short bonus video with questions from Leoš Rousek in English.
Interview in Czech language
Shorter interview in English language
Marek Mora – Vice-Governor /Czech National Bank/
Mr. Mora completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Economics, Prague before going on to complete his postgraduate studies in Germany. In 2003 he joined the Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs of the European Commission and three years later started to work for the Czech public administration. He was Deputy Minister of Education for almost a year and then spent two and a half years at the Government Office. From 2010 he worked at the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union – initially as the head of the Cabinet of the Secretary-General of the Council and from February 2016 as the head of the Budget, Tax and Regional Policy Directorate. Marek Mora became a member of the Bank Board of the Czech National Bank on 13 February 2017. In 2018, he was appointed Vice Governor.