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Home > News and Publications > The Bank of England’s Independent Evaluation Office - Quarterly Bulletin 2016 Q2
 

The Bank of England’s Independent Evaluation Office - Quarterly Bulletin 2016 Q2

12 July 2016

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By Sarah Ashley and Lea Paterson

The scope of the Independent Evaluation Office

In September 2014, the Bank of England established an Independent Evaluation Office (IEO) – a core initiative of the ‘Open and Accountable’ pillar of its Strategic Plan.

The IEO reports directly to the Chairman of the Court of Directors (the Bank’s unitary Board) and operates at arm’s length from local business areas of the Bank.

The IEO has delivered three in-depth projects since its inception, with two further evaluations in progress.​

 

 

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