BoE’s Broadbent receives renewed term

Ben Broadbent, Central Banking Awards 2017
Broadbent collected the BoE's Central Banking Award in 2017
Janie Airey

Bank of England deputy governor Ben Broadbent received a renewed term today (May 31). UK finance minister Philip Hammond also appointed several new members to the BoE’s top oversight body, the Court.

Broadbent will serve an additional five years as deputy governor for monetary policy, with his renewed term running until June 30, 2024.

He first joined the central bank as an external member of the monetary policy committee in June 2011. For the decade before he took up his position on the

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