Committee says Gieve fulfils BoE criteria

The UK Treasury select committee said Wednesday that new Bank of England Deputy Governor Sir John Gieve 'fulfils the criteria' for his new position.

In a report following its evidence session with Gieve, the all-party group said he brought 'relevant experience to the position of Deputy Governor, including from his spell as permanent secretary in the Home Office'.

'He has worked extensively on financial stability and regulatory issues during his time at the Treasury, which will be relevant to his

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