Head of Greek capital market regulator resigns
The head of the Hellenic Capital Market Commission (HCMC) Konstantinos Botopoulos has submitted his resignation, following a request by Finance Minister Eucid Tsakalotos, sources said on Friday.
Botopoulos had been at the help of the Commission for four years.
According to sources from his environment, Botopoulos has proposed that his resignation take effect after the completion of the bank recapitalization to protect the stability of the financial market.
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