Co-founder of Central Banking dies

William Clarke, a co-founder of Central Banking, and chairman from its establishment in 1990 up to its acquisition by Incisive Media in 2007, has died at the age of 88.

Clarke had a distinguished career and made significant contributions to many varied fields of activity, as a financial journalist and editor, a City of London insider, bank director and author. He will be sadly missed.

After serving as a flying instructor for the RAF during the war, and finishing his degree at Manchester

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