Hogg admits to breaching BoE’s code of conduct

Charlotte Hogg.

The Bank of England’s (BoE) newest deputy governor has admitted she failed to declare a potential conflict of interest, breaching the central bank’s code of conduct.

In a letter to the chair of the Treasury Committee, dated March 2, Hogg said she had not declared her brother’s role at Barclays, either during her time as chief operating officer (COO) or after applying for the deputy governor role. The matter only arose when she answered a questionnaire ahead of her deputy governorship

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