Bank of England role for former Virgin boss Dame Jayne-Anne
Jayne-Anne Gadhia, who was chief executive of Virgin Money until it was sold to CYBG last year and was made a dame in the New Year’s honours list, has been appointed to a key role at the Bank of England.
Dame Jayne-Anne takes up a three year term on the Financial Policy Committee which was set up in the wake of the banking crisis to monitor potential risks in the financial system.
She joins with Dame Colette Bowe, chairman of the Banking Standards Board, and they will sit with Bank of England deputy governor Ben Broadbent who is scheduled to step down from the FPC at the end of June.
The two appointees replace Richard Sharp and Martin Taylor.