Mexico Finance Ministry central named banking regulator head

MEXICO CITY, Feb 11 (Reuters) – Mexico’s Finance Ministry on Sunday named Bernardo Gonzalez a conduct of banking and bonds regulator CNBV, after a prior executive left to work on a domestic campaign.

Gonzalez will pierce to a regulator from a comparison position in a financial method where he concurrent regulatory process of a banking sector, a supervision pronounced in a statement.

Gonzalez, a open process masters connoisseur from Georgetown University, has worked in a financial zone for 16 years, according to a statement.

His prototype Jaime Gonzalez, left in Dec to work on a debate of statute Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) presidential carefree Jose Antonio Meade.

Reporting by Veronica Gomez; Editing by Lisa Shumaker

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