BoE appoints former Morgan Stanley and Schroders analyst as adviser

Written by Oliver Wade

The Bank of England (BoE) has appointed former Morgan Stanley and Schroders analyst Huw van Steenis as an adviser to governor Mark Carney.

The appointment is expected to last between six and nine months will see Van Steenis advising on issues such as the impact of new financial technologies, the transition to a low-carbon economy and the growth of cross-border financial flows.

Carney commented: “Huw Van Steenis’s vast experience of both the asset management and banking industry, together with his track record of taking the long-term view on the major structural forces driving the economy, will be invaluable to us in developing our thinking on what the financial system of tomorrow might look like.”

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