A new governor at the Bank of England

Mark Carney began his new role at the helm of the Bank of England last week. In this week’s podcast, Patrick Jenkins, banking editor, is joined by Chris Giles, economics editor and Brooke Masters, chief regulation correspondent, to review Mr Carney’s first few days in the job, and what his top priorities will be as governor. Also discussed is the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision’s latest blow to the credibility of the main measure of bank safety, core tier one capital ratios, and Tobias Buck, Madrid bureau chief, joins to examine why Spanish banks are preparing for Basel III by attempting to get deferred tax assets changed into tax credits For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy