From the environment to Brexit, we look at the outgoing governor’s seven-year tenure
Mark Carney, who ends a seven-year term as Bank of England governor on Sunday, ranks as one of Britain’s more worldly central bank bosses. His immediate predecessors rose through the ranks at the bank’s Threadneedle Street offices.
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Carney – who holds Canadian, British and Irish citizenship – was a polished technocrat with an international pedigree, described by the former chancellor George Osborne, who courted him for a year, as “the outstanding central banker of his generation”.