About: Jeroen Dijsselbloem

Economy & Jobs 05-12-2017

Portugal scores again, landing Eurogroup presidency

Portuguese Finance minister Mário Centeno became on Monday the new president of the Eurogroup as he promised to bring consensus across the aisle to strengthen the eurozone. 
Economy & Jobs 24-11-2017

Candidate list for Eurogroup chief to be published on 1 December

The chairman of euro zone finance ministers, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, will announce on 1 December the names of those who applied to succeed him, but there are still no clear front-runners for the election that will happen three days later.
Economy & Jobs 09-11-2017

Mr Altmaier goes to Europe

At the start of this week, Eurogroup and ECOFIN met in Brussels. Interim Finance Minister Peter Altmaier attended the meetings on behalf of Germany for the first time. The talks focused on the banking union, fiscal policy and the Paradise Papers. EURACTIV Germany has an overview.
Economic governance 07-11-2017

EU finance chiefs thrash out post-Brexit future

European Union finance ministers wrangled yesterday (6 November) over differences in plans to reform the euro common currency in the wake of last year's shock Brexit vote.
Economy & Jobs 10-10-2017

Schäuble receives €100 notes with his face at farewell party

Eurozone finance ministers deluged German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble with farewell gifts yesterday (9 October) as the man who inspired Europe's austerity answer to the debt crisis attended his last meeting with them.
Economy & Jobs 26-09-2017

Dijsselbloem: Greece must wrap up review rapidly to start talks on bailout exit

Greece must wrap up an upcoming bailout review quickly to pave the way for a “clean” bailout exit next summer without further conditions beyond standard monitoring, Eurogroup Chairman Jeroen Dijsselbloem said on Monday (25 September).
Economy & Jobs 15-09-2017

Dijsselbloem to remain until January amid EU top job rethink

Acting Dutch finance minister, Jeroen Dijssselbloem will continue as Eurogroup President until the end of his mandate in January, various eurozone officials told EURACTIV.com, quashing speculation that he would step down earlier following an election rout at home.
Elections 23-05-2017

Eurozone fails to reach Greece debt deal amid IMF row

Eurozone finance ministers failed to reach a deal for fresh bailout cash for Greece yesterday (22 May), as a row with the International Monetary Fund over debt relief dragged on.
Economy & Jobs 27-04-2017

Dijsselbloem defends legacy during critical plenary

Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem came under fire today (27 April) during the European Parliament’s plenary session because of his role in the Greek bailout programme and his comments about Southern European member states.

Dijsselbloem clings onto Eurogroup job

President of the Eurogroup Jeroen Dijsselbloem said today (7 April) he does not intend to resign before his mandate ends in January. He insisted that none of his EU counterparts had called for his resignation.
Economy & Jobs 04-04-2017

Dijsselbloem fails to win support to complete mandate

A new president of the Eurogroup could be elected by the summer break, as the controversy surrounding Jeroen Dijsselbloem has almost put paid to any chance he had of completing his mandate once a new Dutch government is formed.
Economy & Jobs 04-04-2017

MEPs ‘unanimously’ condemn Eurogroup chief’s no-show

European Parliament lawmakers yesterday (3 April) "unanimously condemned" the refusal by Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem to appear at a hearing on Greece this week.