Sri Lanka picks fund manager as CEO of market regulator

April 10, 2015 3:13 PM

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COLOMBO, April 10 (Reuters) - Sri Lanka on Friday named fund manager Vajira Wijegunawardane as the new chief executive officer of the Securities and Exchange Commission, filling a post left empty for nearly two years amid investigations over market manipulation.

Wijegunawardane was formerly the director of capital market development at the SEC, and was an investment analyst and fund manager for 10 years before joining the SEC. He has led key initiatives in development and reforms at the Commission over the last eight years.

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