What's on the agenda for Asia's incoming central bankers?

China, Taiwan, Korea, and Japan could all have new central bank chiefs within months. The newcomers, or the incumbents if they stay, all face important policy challenges.

A quartet of North Asian central banks could see changes at the top in the next few months, creating the potential for some policy uncertainty in the region at a time when financial markets are turning more jumpy.

Bankers, asset managers, and economists contacted by AsianInvestor said they do not expect any radical policy changes but highlighted the challenges that would face incoming central bankers.

Perng Fai-nan, governor of Taiwan’s Central Bank of the Republic of China CBC, Lee Ju-yeol, governor of the Bank of Korea BOK, and Haruhiko Kuroda, governor of the Bank of Japan BOJ, have either decided to...

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