What is BANK OF ENGLAND?

The central bank of the UK. A govenor, two deputy governors, and 16 nonexecutive directors make up the board. The crown appointed them for renewable terms. Directors serve for 3 years and govenors for 5 years. It started in 1694 as a private company. The

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