John G. Heimann, who was comptroller of the currency during the Carter administration, will soon be practicing his regulatory skills on a global stage.

In February, Mr. Heimann will retire from his post as chairman of Merrill Lynch & Co.'s global financial institutions practice so he can lead the effort for improved supervision of banking systems around the world- particularly those in troubled emerging markets.

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