Hauser to chair FXJSC at Bank of England

He steps into the role left vacant by Chris Salmon, who left the central bank earlier this year

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Andrew Hauser has worked at the Bank of England since 1992

Andrew Hauser has become the new chairman of the London Foreign Exchange Joint Standing Committee, replacing Chris Salmon, who left the Bank of England (BoE) earlier this year to pursue a career in the private sector.

Since Salmon’s departure, Rohan Churm, head of the foreign exchange division at the central bank, has been the acting chair of the FXJSC.

Hauser, who chaired his first FXJSC meeting on September 13, assumed the role of executive director for markets at the Bank of England at the

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