BoE opens doors for debate on the future of central banking

Mark Carney at the Bank of England's Future Forum
Mark Carney speaks during the Bank of England's Future Forum
Photo: Bank of England

The Bank of England broke new ground on January 28 as it invited members of the public to a roundtable discussion on the future of central banking.

The event, held at the central bank’s Threadneedle Street headquarters, marked the culmination of the BoE’s “Future Forum”, in which people could submit questions to senior officials.

Around 40 people took part in the final event, a mix of members of the public – including at least one journalist – and senior BoE staff. Participants were a variety

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