Bank of England

Bank of England operates as a central bank of the United Kingdom. The Bank offers investment, issues banknotes, monetary policies, prudential regulation, statistics, financial stability, payments, and settlement services. Bank of England serves customers in the United Kingdom.The Bank of England used to have branches around the country. But in 1997 they were replaced with 12 regional agencies. The former Leeds branch became a cash centre to help distribute banknotes around the country. The Agencies are the Bank of England’s ‘eyes, ears and voice’ in their regions. They collect information about trends and new developments and help to explain our policy decisions to businesses, industry and labour groups.  

Bank Name Bank of England
Stock Exchange
Sector Financial Services
Industry Banking
Country United Kingdom
World Region Europe
Chairman Mark Joseph Carney
CEO Mark Joseph Carney
Registered Year 1694