BoE sparks controversy over expenses disclosure

Bank of England governor Mark Carney

Bank of England governor Mark Carney and two external members from his senior team spent over £100,000 ($130,000) on travel from March to May 2018, the central bank revealed.

Carney claimed more than £50,000 in expenses during the period, according to figures published. Foreign business travel expenses took up £49,876 of the central bank governor’s total for the period.

According to the central bank, the two external advisers, Donald Kohn and Anil Kashyap, who sit on the financial stability

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