Paul Tucker Keynote Speaker
- Deputy Governor, Bank of England (2009-13); Director for Markets, Bank of England (2002-09)
- Member of the Monetary Policy Committee (2002–present), Financial Policy Committee (2011–present), and the Bank’s Court of Directors (2009-present)
- Senior Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Business School (2013-present)
Paul Tucker's Biography
Paul Tucker rose to prominence during the financial crisis when his market knowledge became highly prized. Internationally, he is recognised as an integral member of the G20 Financial Stability Board’s Steering Committee, and chairs the FSB’s group on resolving large, complex financial firms.
Having joined the Bank of England in 1980, soon after graduating from Cambridge, Paul has successfully worked on monetary policy, financial stability, markets, payment and settlement system infrastructure, and banking supervision. Most recently, Paul has left the Bank with 30 years of financial expertise to spend a period of time in academia in the United States.
As a Senior Fellow, Paul will work with the faculty and students, both inside and outside the classroom, to help advance research and teaching about the global economy, financial institutions and the global financial system, and contribute to the intellectual life of both the Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Business School.