BoE appoints Ramsden as deputy governor for markets and banking

He replaces Charlotte Hogg, who resigned in March

Front of Bank of England London
Bank of England: "(Ramsden) will bring a wealth of experience and economic expertise to the bank’s policy committees" – Mark Carney

David Ramsden, chief economic adviser to HM Treasury and a member of the Treasury Board, has been appointed as deputy governor for markets and banking at the Bank of England (BoE), effective on September 4, for a renewable term of five years.

The appointment comes four months after Ramsden’s predecessor, Charlotte Hogg, resigned from the position after failing to disclose her brother’s role at Barclays when she joined the BoE in 2013, thus breaching its code of conduct.

As the BoE’s deputy gov

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