Chile's central bank president Massad resigns

The president of the central bank of Chile, Carlos Massad, tendered his resignation on Monday March 31. The move comes two months after Mr Massad's secretary was arrested for selling market-sensitive information to Inverlink, a local financial holding group. The resignation was expected to be confirmed Tuesday by Ricardo Lagos, the Chilean president.

Source: Reuters

Chile's Central Bank Governor Carlos Massad said he presented his resignation on Monday following a scandal in which confidential

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