An end of King's Bank reign may open way for Lomax

According to this article published Monday 26 February by Reuters, Rachel Lomax could succeed Mervyn King as the first woman to head the Bank of England, if King looks to move to the IMF next year.

"Deputy governor in charge of monetary policy since 2003, Lomax certainly has the credentials for the job. She was previously the top civil servant at the Department of Transport and before that at the Department of Work and Pensions," the article says.

"That's the talk around the BoE at the moment,"

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