BoE’s Bailey extols virtues of ‘meeting varied people’

Andrew Bailey
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The Bank of England is looking to improve the diversity of its market intelligence contacts through the ‘meeting varied people’ initiative, launched today (April 21) by governor Andrew Bailey.

Speaking at an online event, Bailey said the central bank wanted to broaden its work on diversity from internal initiatives towards seeking diverse views externally from its market contacts.

The MVP initiative is designed to fill positions on the BoE markets division’s external committees with people

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