William Ryback, the former deputy chief executive of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, is to join the Financial Supervisory Service (FSS), Korea's market regulator.
Ryback will work as a special adviser for the agency from October 22. The FSS also said it expects Ryback to help strengthen its supervisory networks and cooperation with foreign regulators and international regulatory organisations.
The agency said it will decide in six months whether to extend Ryback's role as special adviser or
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