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Korea Exchange Bank chief steps down
SEOUL, Feb. 10 (Yonhap) -- The head of South Korea's No. 5 lender Korea Exchange Bank (KEB) stepped down after completing his three-year term on Friday, and handing over to his successor, the role of completing the deal to sell the bank to a local counterpart.

Larry Klane, the president of KEB, expressed gratitude to his staff at a farewell ceremony held in central Seoul, for embracing a foreign chief "who's not used to the country," adding he did his best to draw a brighter future for the KEB in the midst of financial difficulties.





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