The Bank of England (BoE) will appoint a single senior executive – a ‘conflicts officer’ – to take responsibility for the management of the central bank’s conflict arrangements, it has announced today (August 8).
The creation of the new role is one of many suggestions made in the UK central bank’s review into the institution’s approach to managing conflicts of interest, following the resignation of Charlotte Hogg earlier this year.
The review was conducted by the non-executive members of the c
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