Gennady Melikyan will step down as head of bank supervision of the Central Bank of Russia, Financial Times reports. He will exit from his position on September 9. He had replaced Andrei Kozlov, who was shot dead in 2006. Melikyan is likely to be succeeded by Mikhail Sukhov or Alexei Simanovsky, adds Emerging Markets.me.
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