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Sarah Breeden
Sarah Breeden
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The Bank of England announced that its senior official Sarah Breeden has been appointed as its executive director for financial stability and risk.

Breeden will also take up a seat on the BoE’s financial policy committee. She replaces Alex Brazier, who left both roles in March, and will report to Jon Cunliffe, the BoE’s deputy governor for financial stability.

She will effectively take up both roles “from the summer when official start dates are confirmed”, the BoE said in a statement issued

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