The biggest issues are basically the asset price inflation in the U.S., particularly housing prices.
Obviously, this is a different role to what he had in the past, but when he was (a central bank governor) he was quite outspoken and gave a number of speeches pushing a particular view, which I thought was always well informed.
I'm just relieved they didn't nominate someone from Wall Street or someone who was more an internal appointment to the Republican Party. They've appointed someone who is very well qualified for the job.
I couldn't think of a better appointment.