The Bank of England as registrar

Quarterly Bulletin 1985 Q3
Published on 01 September 1985

The past quarter of a century or so has seen almost revolutionary change in the work of the Bank as registrar. The earlier history of the Registrar's Department as the principal registrar for government stock, and the legislative and technical changes which affected its work in those times, have been fully described in previous articles. This article, while briefly recalling some of that earlier history, surveys in more detail the past twenty-five years or so since the principal constituent parts of the department were brought together in a new building at New Change, and looks at the changes that have taken place.

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