RBA’s Edey elected head of influential OECD committee


Malcolm Edey, an assistant governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia, has been elected chairman of the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development's (OECD) influential committee on financial markets.

The central bank said late Tuesday that Edey, the assistant governor in charge of the financial system, had been elected to the role. It is not known if the appointment comes with a fixed term.

The committee on financial markets is the OECD's main organ for dealing with issues in banking

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