Jan. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Mykola Udovychenko, the head of Ukraine’s state-run Export-Import Bank, may be appointed today as deputy central bank governor, Ekonomicheskie Izvestia reported, citing a member of the regulator’s council.
Udovychenko will be responsible for talks with the International Monetary Fund, the newspaper said. Oleksandr Tkachenko, the head of the banking supervisory department, will also be promoted to be another deputy governor, according to Izvestia.
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