The Bank of England’s (BoE) newest deputy governor, Charlotte Hogg, has handed in her resignation just two weeks into the job, amid continuing fallout from her failure to report a potential conflict of interest.
In a letter dated March 13, Hogg said she had initially offered her resignation the previous week to governor Mark Carney and Anthony Habgood, the chair of the bank’s court: “It has become clear to me that I should now insist.”
Hogg was the BoE’s first combined deputy governor for mark
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