Oct. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Hungary may appoint Istvan Torocskei as the new chief executive officer of the Debt Management Agency, Privatbankar said, citing unidentified market sources.
Torocskei is an economist who began his career at the central bank and later switched to private business, the news portal said. He may replace Gyula Pleschinger, who will be named state secretary at the Economy Ministry with oversight of the debt agency, Privatbankar said.
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