Cabinet announces a shakeup of secondary posts in latest reshuffle
CNATAIPEI--Wu Tang-chieh, the incumbent administrative vice chairman of the Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC), led the list of those who will assume new positions in the latest reshuffle of the Cabinet.
September 3, 2013, 12:05 am TWN
Wu has been appointed to fill the Ministry of Finance's open political deputy minister position, the government announced Monday.
Taking Wu's place will be Huang Tien-mu, director-general of the FSC's Securities and Futures Bureau, according to the Cabinet.
Wu's financial background suits him for the new post, and he will be able to help the ministry advance its agenda, the administration said.
Huang, who has a wide range of experience and has helped develop the domestic Chinese-yuan denominated bond market and promoted the offshore securities business, will continue to help supervise and manage the financial sector in his new post, the Cabinet said.
Other new appointments were also announced, with Chang Hsien-yao, a Mainland Affairs Council deputy minister, being promoted to a higher “deputy minister” rank, and council spokeswoman Wu Mei-hung becoming a lower-ranking deputy minister in the council.
Kao Yang-sheng and Chung Shing-hua have also been named as the new deputy ministers of the Council of Indigenous Peoples.