Rohan Churm has been appointed as head of the FX division at Bank of England (BoE), succeeding Rebecca Jackson.
A spokesperson for the BoE declines to comment on the news, but Profit & Loss understands that Churm took on this new role late last year.
Prior to this, Churm was the head of the Stress Testing Strategy Division at the BoE. The division was created in 2014 and is responsible for the delivery of stress tests and development of the stress testing framework.
The October 2015 paper, “The Bank of England’s Approach to Stress Testing the UK Banking System”, set out the main features of the Bank’s stress-testing framework to 2018.
Churm joined the Bank in 2001 as an economist.