Members of the Czech Fiscal Council

MEMBERS OF THE CZECH FISCAL COUNCIL

 

The Czech Fiscal Council is a three-member body. It consists of a Chairperson and two other members. The Chamber of Deputies elects the Chairperson on a proposal of the government and the other two members on a proposal of the Senate and the Czech National Bank, respectively.

To qualify for appointment to the Czech Fiscal Council, one must be acknowledged and accomplished in the field of finance or macroeconomics and possess a minimum of ten years’ relevant experience as well as a master’s degree. At present, the Czech Fiscal Council is represented by:

 

Member of the Council
Ing. Mojmír Hampl, MSc Ph.D (* 1975)

mandate 2021 – 2027

 

Mojmír Hampl, a leading Czech economist, began his career in 1998 as an analyst in the Czech National Bank’s Monetary Department. Between 2002 and 2004, he worked as a macroeconomist at Česka spořitelna – ERSTE Group. From 2004 to 2006 he worked as a member of the Management Board and Chief Executive Officer of the Czech Consolidation Agency. In 2006, he was elected a member of the CNB Bank Board, where he served as Deputy Governor from March 2008 to November 2018. From 2019 to 2021, he was Director of Financial Sector Services at KPMG Czech Republic. He currently teaches at Tomas Bata University in Zlín and the University of Economics in Prague. He is also devoted to financial and economic education in his leisure time – he is a co-founder and member of the Board of Directors of the Institute for Economic Education INEV. He was elected to the Czech Fiscal Council in December 2021 by the Chamber of Deputies, on a proposal from the Senate for a six-year term.

 

Member of the Council
prof. Ing. Jan Pavel, Ph.D. (* 1978)

mandate 2018 – 2026

Jan Pavel is a respected figure in the academic sphere. Within his pedagogical activities, he has a long-lasting devotion to public finance, the theory of budgetary and fiscal policy, and public sector efficiency. From 2003 to 2006, he worked at the Ministry of Finance of the Czech Republic, and since 2005, has been part of the Department of Public Finance at the University of Economics, Prague. Jan Pavel is the author or co-author of numerous publications, research papers, and expert articles both in the Czech Republic and abroad. He became a professor in 2015, and in January 2018, the Chamber of Deputies elected him to the Czech Fiscal Council on a proposal of the Czech National Bank for a two-year term. He was re-elected for another six-year term, which he began serving in January 2020.