Edward George

Edward George

The Governor of the Bank of England between 1993 and 2003. During his tenure, the Bank of England was given the ability to set interest rates independently from the government. He was known to keep a higher profile in the media than most of his predecessors. He lived from 1938 to 2009.
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For example, according to Edward George, head of soft commodities research at Ecobank, despite producing 70% of the world's cocoa, three quarters is exported raw to Europe and Asia where it is processed.
DR EDWARD GEORGE BOWEN | Born in Swansea in 1911 | EG Bowen was head of the team that solved problems of how aeroplanes could operate radar.
Could any of your readers help me locate a photograph, especially perhaps the families of Mr Edward George Roberts and Mr Christopher Matthew Brining, who both lived in Preesons Row, Liverpool, at that time?
PINNED down just moments after hurling a bottle at Prince Charles' Bentley, out-of-work carpenter Edward George Black appeared far from sorry.
Miss Abigail Louise Norman and Mr Edward George Broadbent were married at St Helen's Church, North Thoresby, Lincolnshire.
Edward George Baldwin, 35, of Cynon View, Cilfynydd, was fined pounds 140 and disqualified from driving for four months for speeding.
In 1999, Fisher became private secretary to Sir Edward George - the former Governor of the Bank of England - before taking up the role as head of the Foreign Exchange Division in 2002.
Edward George, banker; born, September 11, 1938, died, April 18, 2009
Edward George Johnson, a chief warrant officer, was arrested in February in Alabama on charges of transportation of stolen property and wire fraud.
Former Governor of the Bank of England, Lord Edward George, dubbed "Steady Eddie", will be the guest of honour at the inaugural First Pro Awards at the Ricoh Arena on October 5.
Jean Moss, 49, and her son, Edward George Moss, 26, both of Broadway, Grangetown, were banned from keeping pets for five years after they were prosecuted for animal cruelty by the RSPCA.