An original career change

After a career in central banking, what is there left? A certain feeling of emptiness has been known to haunt ex-central bankers, which some have attempted to relieve by immersing themselves in academic studies, while others have resorted to the soothing power of money by going into well-paid private banking jobs. But not David Sclater.

Sclater is one of the notorious "Threadneedle Seven": all former employees of the Bank of England who claimed they were unfairly sacked after the bank had

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