Japan picks Endo as top financial regulator, signals bank reforms to continue

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s government on Tuesday appointed career bureaucrat Toshihide Endo as its top financial regulator, a move widely seen as a sign that reforms to make the banking sector more pro…
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