Chilean scandal prompts resignation of regulator

The head of Chile's financial regulator has resigned following the scandal involving the leakage of information from the computer of the Central Bank President.

Source: The Wall Street Journal

A major finance scandal in Chile has led to the resignation of Alvaro Clarke, head of local securities regulator SVS. In his resignation letter, Mr. Clarke said that the SVS "has been questioned in its regulatory role due to the leakage of information from the computer of the Central Bank President and

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