U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne said he has a strong field of male and female candidates to choose from among applicants to replace Charlie Bean as the Bank of England’s deputy governor.
Martin Wheatley, who leads London’s top markets watchdog, says he wishes he could bike to and from his home in Greenwich, a borough along the Thames. He can’t because he’s lugging too much paperwork around.
The search for a new deputy governor for the Bank of England enters the shortlist stage today with economists seeing no clear favorite to replace Charles Bean, the third top official to exit the central bank in less than a year.
Helene Rey made a side trip on her way to the hospital to give birth to her daughter in September 2006: She stopped off at the main office of London Business School, where she teaches economics, to turn in a report on a doctoral defense.