By Oliver Page, who worked in various positions at the Bank of England between 1968 and 1998, when he joined the Financial Services Authority.
I have been asked by Robert Pringle to write a short piece about Terry. I doubt Terry needs much introduction to the readership of this journal. But just in case, from Alleyn's School he joined the Bank of England on 5th September 1960. In due course, he found his home in the Bank's Foreign Exchange Division, which he joined in 1973, going on to become it
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