China’s securities regulator gets new chief

By Staff | March 18, 2013 | Last updated on March 18, 2013
1 min read

The Financial Times reports Xiao Gang has been appointed head of the China Securities Regulatory Commission.

Xiao, a former chairman of the Bank of China, replaces Guo Shuqing.

“At an internal meeting to announce the start of his tenure on Sunday, Mr Xiao, 54, promised to maintain policy continuity, according to local media,” the report says.

Read more here.

Also read:

China will lead Asian expansion: IIAC

Make way for a new China

The right mix for global exposure staff


The staff of have been covering news for financial advisors since 1998.