Paul Tucker (banker)


Paul Tucker (banker)

Infobox Officeholder
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name = Paul Tucker
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office2 = Member of the Monetary Policy Committee
term_start2 = June 2002
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governor2 = Sir Edward George (2002-2003), Mervyn King(2003-present)
birth_date = birth date and age|1958|3|24
alma_mater = Trinity College, Cambridge
profession = Economist

Paul Tucker (b. March 24, 1958) is the Bank of England's executive director for Markets and has served on the Bank's Monetary Policy Committee from June 2002 to present.


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