Eddie Yue Wai-man, the new chief executive of Hong Kong Monetary Authority, speaks to the press on his first day in office, on Wednesday. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Hong Kong’s new monetary chief Eddie Yue vows to defend currency peg, says there’s no need to change it

  • Eddie Yue Wai-man, 54, takes over as HKMA’s chief executive from Norman Chan Tak-lam, who retired on Tuesday
  • Yue says he plans to maintain the stability of the financial market and the peg linked exchange system that has served the HKMA since it was set up in 1983
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Eddie Yue Wai-man, the new chief executive of Hong Kong Monetary Authority, speaks to the press on his first day in office, on Wednesday. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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