(C) Reuters. FILE PHOTO: The logo of the Bank of Korea is seen on the top of its building in Seoul
SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea on Thursday named Lee Seung-heon as the new senior deputy governor at the central bank, to join as a voting board member of the monetary policy committee.
Lee, a veteran central banker with almost three decades of experience at the Bank of Korea, replaces incumbent senior deputy governor Yoon Myun-shik whose three-year term ends on Thursday.
South Korea names veteran Lee Seung-heon as new senior deputy governor at Bank of Korea
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