Malaysian central bank reshuffles senior staff

The new organisation structure took effect on July 15

Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) has revamped its organisational structure in a bid to strengthen its supervision capability and streamline reporting lines.

The BNM did not issue a statement on the change but did update the organisation structure chart on its website, noting the changes were effective from July 15.

In one of her first acts, Nor Shamsiah Mohd Yunus, who returned to the central bank as governor on July 1, promoted the financial intelligence and enforcement department (FIED) while

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