HKMA appoints central bank veteran as new chief executive

Eddie Yue
Eddie Yue

Hong Kong has appointed central bank veteran Eddie Yue as the new chief executive of the city’s de facto central bank, financial secretary Paul Chan announced on July 25.

Yue will succeed Norman Chan as head of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority starting from October 1.

The appointment was widely expected as Yue, who is in charge of reserve management, is the most experienced among the HKMA’s three deputy chief governors.

“Over the years he has made numerous contributions in different areas of

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