Chris Salmon

Chris Salmon was the Executive Director for Markets from 2014 to 2018


Chris Salmon was the Bank of England's Executive Director for Markets from June 2014 to 2018. He was responsible for all Bank operations in financial markets; management of the Bank’s balance sheet and the UK's official foreign exchange reserves on behalf of HMT; and delivering market intelligence for monetary and financial stability.

Chris had worked at the Bank for over twenty years, previous positions include: Executive Director, Banking & Chief Cashier (2011 – 2014) and Private Secretary to then Governor, Sir Mervyn King (2006-2009).

Chris studied undergraduate Economics at Bristol University and postgraduate Econometrics and Mathematical Economics at LSE.


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