Senate approves former regulator to Chile cen bank

Chile's senate has approved the appointment of former banking regulator Enrique Marshall as the new central bank director for the next 10 years, local press reported.

Marshall held the banking regulator post from 2000-September 2005. He was widely respected for his professionalism and technical skills, Business News Americas said. Marshall had resigned on September 1 to become central bank general manager.

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