Rebecca Jackson

Director of Priorities and Resources, Bank of England

Biography

Rebecca Jackson is currently Director of Priorities and Resources. Rebecca joined the Bank of England in 1998, moving to the Financial Services Authority at its inception and subsequently returning to the Bank with the establishment of the Prudential Regulation Authority. Rebecca has undertaken a variety of roles, including Head of Foreign Exchange and Reserves Management and leading the supervision of domestic and international banks, investment banks, securities firms and trading venues. In addition, Rebecca has negotiated European financial services legislation. Rebecca has also been responsible for developing policy, leading initiatives on hedge funds, private equity and new technologies.

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