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Mirae Asset appoints younger leaders in reshuffleBy Jie Ye-eun
Published : Nov. 3, 2021 - 18:07
Two chief executive officers -- Choi Chang-hoon and Lee Byeong-seong -- were named as the new chiefs of Mirae Asset Global Investments as part of the firm’s efforts to accelerate innovative growth.
“Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the group’s establishment, we have welcomed younger leaders who could lead affiliates under the dynamic and horizontal organizational culture. ... Mirae Asset will contribute to raising the vital power of the country’s financial industry,” a Mirae Asset Financial Group official said.
Choi, a 53-year-old property asset investment expert, joined Mirae Asset in 2005 through Mirae Asset MAPS Global Investments. The vice president and CEO then started his career at the group’s flagship investment management unit in 2012.
Lee, a 55-year-old veteran marketing strategist, entered Mirae Asset Securities in 2000, fostering his career at the brokerage for a decade. He was later appointed to lead Mirae Asset Global’s corporate marketing and investment pool supervising from 2011 onward.
Kim had led the financial group’s insurance arm until 2018. His new position as CEO of Mirae Asset Life Insurance is likely to be confirmed at the general shareholders meeting in March. Until then, the current CEO, Byun Jae-sang, will lead the insurance firm alone.
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