Cost of Mark Carney’s leaving gifts revealed

Bank of England governor Mark Carney

The former governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, was presented with a £4,044 ($5,112) cast iron replica of part of the central bank’s Threadneedle Street headquarters as a leaving present.

According to a freedom of information release published by the BoE, Carney also received two bound signature books at a cost of £815. The costs of the leaving gifts were met by the central bank with the approval of the Court of Directors.

Departing governors are also thrown a leaving party by bank

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