Hogg stresses readiness to resist groupthink at BoE

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Charlotte Hogg. Photo: BoE
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The Bank of England's Charlotte Hogg said she would resist "groupthink" when she takes her place on the central bank's three policy committees, during an appointment hearing today (February 28).

Hogg will take on a new combined deputy governor and chief operating officer role from March 1, replacing Minouche Shafik. She will sit on all three of the BoE's main committees – covering monetary policy, financial policy and prudential regulation.

Hogg told the Treasury Committee that groupthink was

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