The Hong Kong Monetary Authority faces a management reshuffle with two deputy chief executives leaving next month and a third reportedly ready to go in March, officials said Wednesday. In a press release, which confirmed one of those to leave, Joseph Yam said Tony latter would be greatly missed at the HKMA.
The departures would leave two of the three positions of deputy chief executive open at the Monetary Authority, which functions as Hong Kong's de facto central bank.
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