Charlotte Hogg

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Shoppers walk past a Debenhams shop in Oxford Street,  London.  The group’s poor performance has been blamed on increased discounting by rival high street retailers. Photograph: Tolga Akmen/AFP/Getty

What shape will the British high street be in this time next year? The omens are not looking good, with more gloomy news from the retail sector on Tue(...)

TSB branch in London: Paul Pester appeared to inhabit some alternative reality where the bank’s systems weren’t really broken and where more than one million customers were not locked out of their accounts. Photograph: Neil Hall

Has the embattled chief executive of TSB found time to attend an emergency media-training course since his disastrous appearance at Westminster last m(...)

A Barclays branch being renovated in London, June 20th, 2017. Four of the most senior former executives at Barclays  - and Barclays itself - have been charged with conspiracy to commit fraud in relation to the 2008 credit crunch fund-raising that allowed the bank to avoid having to succumb to a government bailout.  Photograph: Luke MacGregor/Bloomberg

It has taken the best part of 10 years but, finally, the first bankers are facing criminal charges for their alleged actions in relation to raising ca(...)

Jes Staley, CEO  Barclays bank. Photograph: Reuters

Barclays’ chief executive Jess Staley faces the City this week for the first time since the scandal erupted over his ill-advised attempts to unmask a (...)

Is Jes Staley a kind, caring boss who went the extra mile to protect a colleague from unwarranted smears? Or is he an arrogant ex-Wall Street banker w(...)

“Charlotte Hogg, who helped write the Bank of England’s code, still managed to get tripped up by it and this month had to resign as deputy governor.” Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

I am in breach of my employer’s code of conduct. I have broken it in not one but in four ways, one of which involved barefaced lying. The normal thi(...)

British annual inflation jumped in February to the highest level in almost three and a half years, driven by increasing fuel costs. Photograph:  Paul Ellis/AFP/Getty Images

Is Britain sleepwalking into another living standards crisis? That’s certainly the fear of the unions as official data showed inflation surging to its(...)

Those at the top in banks should ensure that their own behaviour – through interactions with staff, customers, investors and media – is consistently honest.

Fake news has become a horrible euphemism for lying. But call it what you will, the dissemination of untruths has become dangerously entrenched in the(...)

 Charlotte Hogg speaks at a House of Commons treasury select committee hearing in London onFebruary 28th. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Charlotte Hogg resigned from the Bank of England after criticism from lawmakers for failing to disclose that her brother works for a bank she would h(...)

Incoming governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney  is bringing Bank of Canada’s chief spokesman to London with him, in a two-year secondment that could signal a more open style of communications under his leadership. Photograph: Reuters/Michael Buholzer

Mark Carney does not take up his role as governor of the Bank of England until next month, but he has already made what may well prove to be one of th(...)