Mark Carney is leaving the Bank of Canada to become governor of one of the world’s oldest central banks, the Bank of England.
Mr. Carney, the former Goldman Sachs investment banker who took over Canada’s central bank in 2008, will take over the Bank of England in July 2013.
“I’m honoured to accept this important and demanding role,” said Mr. Carney, who noted that it is a critical time in the British, European and global economies.
via Globe and Mail
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