Ex-BoE governor George joins Nestle board

Former governor of the Bank of England Sir Edward George has swapped gold bars for chocolate bars after being appointed to the board of Nestle, the world's largest food and confectionary company. He follows in the wake of Paul Volcker, the former chairman of the Federal Reserve, who has now retired from Nestle's board.

Source: Daily Telegraph

A week after securing a job with the UK's biggest private landlord Sir Edward George, former Bank of England Governor, has been appointed to the board of

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