Four appointed to UK's new Financial Policy Committee

UK's Financial Policy Committee takes shape

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The UK government has announced four new members of its Financial Policy Committee (FPC).
Coming into place as part of the continuing regulatory restructure in the UK, the FPC’s designated role will be to supervise macroeconomic conditions, aiming to prevent a second financial crisis hitting the country.

The FPC’s new members join those already appointed from within the Bank of England and the FSA, and will form the only external voices on the committee, which is headed by Bank of England

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