Oliver began his career at the Bank of England as an economist in 2002. He worked in a variety of economic policy roles and separately spent three years in a macro hedge fund. He moved across to manage the Data and Statistics Division of the Bank in 2016 and became the Bank’s second Chief Data Officer in 2017. His responsibilities span the production of the Bank’s statistical datasets, quality assurance of regulatory data, internal data governance and planning for the Bank’s future data needs, covering both data collected from firms and internal analytical capability.
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