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Dame Clara Furse steps down from the Financial Policy Committee

01 November 2016

Press Release

 
Dame Clara Furse, an external member of the Bank of England’s Financial Policy Committee, has stepped down from the FPC.
 
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said: “We thank Dame Clara for her important contribution as a founding member of the statutory Financial Policy Committee. The Committee has benefited greatly from Clara’s expertise in banking and financial markets and from her unique insights as a market practitioner.”
 
Dame Clara said: “It’s been an enormous privilege to work with the Governor, other FPC colleagues and Bank staff on developing the UK’s macro-prudential policy in its early years. I will miss our intense and important deliberations, but am looking forward to playing a more active and direct role in supporting the UK’s economic ambitions at a time of great change.”
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