BoE legal eagle set to retire

According to the Guardian's City diary, Malcolm Glover would have retired from the Bank of England at the end of 2004 had it not been for the litigation brought by the BCCI liquidators.

But, according to the Guardian, the Bank's serene 62-year-old legal ace can finally start to claim his pension, after the proceedings were wrapped up, bringing to an end 12 years of litigation and court proceedings lasting more than 255 days.

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