Martin Wheatley leaving the HK SFC next year

The SFC's first chief executive, Martin Wheatley, will leave the commission in the middle of next year.


Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) chief executive Martin Wheatley will leave the commission in the middle of next year, the Hong Kong regulator says.

Wheatley joined the SFC in June 2005 and was appointed as the commission's first chief executive in 2006. Prior to joining the SFC, Wheatley was deputy chief executive of the London Stock Exchange. He was also chairman of the FTSE International and sat on the listing authority advisory committee of the Financial Services Authority in

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