Interview: Sir Andrew Large

Sir Andrew Large was an investment banker for twenty years including his time at Swiss Bank Corporation where he was the first non-Swiss on the management Board in charge of global investment banking from 1987-89. Sir Andrew was chairman of the Securities and Investments Board (precursor of the UK Financial Services Authority) from 1992-97, chairman of Euroclear 1998-2000, deputy chairman of Barclays Bank from 1998-2002, and deputy governor for financial stability of the Bank of England and a

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