Central Banking Awards 2020: second group of winners unveiled

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The second group of winners in this year’s Central Banking Awards was revealed today (February 4). Outgoing Bank of England chief, Mark Carney, was named governor of the year.

Other prizes were awarded for central bank reserve manager, green initiative, asset manager, innovation in reserve management and custody.

The award for governor of the year recognises all-round achievement in the top job. Mark Carney’s nearly seven years at the Bank of England have been far from easy, encompassing the

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