The Governor and Company of the Bank of England (formerly Bank of England)

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Founded in 1694, Bank of England (formally The Governor and Company of the Bank of England) is a public sector institution that is wholly-owned by the government. The Bank of England is the central bank of the whole of the United Kingdom and acts to o ‘promote the public good and benefit of our people’. The Bank of England manages the monetary policy, identifies and monitors risks in the financial system, and takes action to reduce or remove them where necessary. The Bank of England also acts as a settlement agent for banks and other members of several payment systems. The Bank of England provides wholesale banking services to the UK Government, over 100 overseas central banks and, where there are financial stability reasons to do so, certain other financial sector firms.

Bank Category

Central Banks

Business Focus

central banking

Currency

GBP (Pound sterling)

Member Of

European System of Central Banks

Contacts

Threadneedle Street, EC2R 8AH, London, United Kingdom
+44(0)20 3461 4444

Bank Identifiers

LEI
YUEDD7W89PH0FV8Q2S28
Company Number
RC000042
MFI ID
GB0425