New banking regulator takes office in Chile

Gustavo Arriagada officially took over as Chile's banking regulator on Thursday 1 September, the regulatory agency Sbif said.

Arriagada takes over from Enrique Marshall, who resigned to become the central bank's general manager. Marshall held the post of chief of the banking and financial institutions regulator since 2000.

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