People: Deputies appointed in Hong Kong and Oman

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Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) has promoted Howard Lee to the position of deputy chief executive. The authority has also reshuffled several senior management posts.

Lee took on most of Peter Pang’s duties, namely for financial infrastructure and monetary management, when Pang retired in February 2016. However, he was promoted to senior executive director, a notch below the deputy grade. As of January 1, he will be a full deputy chief executive.

Lee has worked with the HKMA

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