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Cunliffe, Sir Jonathan (Stephen) locked

Kt 2010; CB 2001

Born 2 June 1953; s of Ralph and Cynthia Cunliffe; m 1984, Naomi Brandler; two d

Deputy Governor for Financial Stability, and Member, Monetary Policy Committee, Bank of England, since 2013 (Deputy Chair: Financial Policy Committee; Prudential Regulation Committee)

Education

St Marylebone GS, London; Manchester Univ. (BA Eng. 1975; MA 1976)

Career

Lectr in English and Drama, Univ. of Western Ontario, 1976–79; res. student, 1979–80; joined Civil Service, 1980; DoE, 1980–85; Department of Transport: Principal, 1985; Pvte Sec. to Sec. of State, 1985–88; Transport Industry Finance, 1988–90; HM Treasury: Asst Sec., Pay Gp, 1990–93; Internat. Financial Instns, and UK Alternate Dir, EBRD (on secondment), 1993–95; Debt and Reserves Mgt, 1995–97; Dep. Dir, Macroeconomic Policy and Prospects, 1997–98; Dep. Dir, then Dir, Internat. Finance, later Macroeconomic Policy and Internat. Finance, 1998–2001; Managing Director: Financial Regulation and Industry, 2001–02; Macroecon. Policy and Internat. Finance, 2002–05; Perm. Sec., Macroecon. Policy and Internat. Finance, subseq. Internat. and Finance, 2005–07; Prime Minister’s Advr on Europe and global issues, G8 and G20 Sherpa, and Hd, Europe and Global Issues Secretariat, 2007–11; UK Perm. Rep. to EU, Brussels, 2012–13. UK Alternate Mem., EU Monetary Cttee, 1996–98; UK Mem., EU Economic and Financial Cttee and G7 Treaty, 2002–

Address

Bank of England, Threadneedle Street EC2R 8AH