Going overseas



Staff at the international co-operation office of South Korea's Financial Supervisory Service (FSS) have had their work cut out over the past year. In an age when financial markets are increasingly global, FSS officials' workloads have mounted as the Korean regulator steps up its efforts to co-ordinate with counterparts in other territories.

Hong-Suk Oh, head of one of the department's main divisions in Seoul, tells Asia Risk that working closely with other financial watchdogs is now

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