Hardest working man in central banking

The title undoubtedly goes to Jaime Caruana, governor of the Bank of Spain, chairman of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, and a member of the governing board of the European Central Bank. The frequent flyer miles are piling up as Mr Caruana shuttles back and forth to Frankfurt, and criss-crosses the globe spreading the gospel about the Basel committee's new capital accord. All this leaves little time for Caruana to spend in his grand offices at the Bank of Spain in Madrid. In the

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