Morrissey and Bailey in running for BoE top job

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Dame Helena Morrissey and Financial Conduct Authority boss Andrew Bailey have been named as being in the race for the top City job as Bank of England governor. Morrissey, pictured above - who could become Threadneedle Street's first female head - could be a popular choice among many to replace outgoing governor Mark Carney next year, given her standing in the City. The news, as first reported by the Mail on Sunday, sees Morrissey on a shortlist of candidates being considered alongside several other well-known City executives, including FCA boss Bailey, pictured below left, and dep...

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