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The Bank of England - 2002

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Key events in 2002


17 December
On 17 December, the Court of Directors at the Bank of England announced the decision to contract out the Bank's printing operations at Debden, Essex, to a commercial company.

See news release

DeLaRue

26 November
It was announced on this day, that Mervyn King would replace Sir Edward George as Governor of the Bank of England when he retires at the end of June 2003.

Mervyn King

16 April
The Bank announced that the new version of the £5 banknote would be issued on 21 May 2002.
Elizabeth Fry

​18 March

The Bank announced that a unique exhibition of portraits of the Queen was to be shown at the Museum to celebrate the Golden Jubilee
Portrait of The Queen

News releases and speeches from 2002