Sir David Ramsden appointed Bank of England deputy governor

Effective 4 September

Tom Eckett
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Sir David Ramsden will be responsible for managing the BoE's balance sheet.
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Sir David Ramsden will be responsible for managing the BoE's balance sheet.

The Bank of England (BoE) has appointed Sir David Ramsden as deputy governor following Charlotte Hogg's resignation in March.

Effective 4 September, Ramsden will be responsible for managing the BoE's balance sheet which includes the implementation of monetary policy, the provision of liquidity insurance to the financial s...

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