Can Carney restore the BoE to its former glory?

As governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney has the task of repairing its reputation and culture, both of which were tarnished by the GFC. It’s early days yet, but he looks to be making all the right moves.

Being governor of the Bank of England may no longer be the most influential job in the world of high finance, but it is still the most elegant. The handsome offices behind an imposing façade on Threadneedle Street are filled with antique furniture and ticking clocks; his pronouncements as Britain’s central banker are listened to carefully, and he remains an authoritative personage in the City of London.


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