Now Carney takes on a SEVENTH job: Former Bank of England governor joins consultancy firm Macro Advisory Partners
Mark Carney has added to the roster of jobs he has taken on since stepping down as Bank of England governor in 2020.
The 56-year-old Canadian economist will be a senior counsellor at consultancy firm Macro Advisory Partners.
He will advise clients on issues such as cryptocurrencies, the post-pandemic economy and ‘the outlook for global trade’, the group said.
In demand: Former Bank of England governor Mark Carney will be a senior counsellor at consultancy firm Macro Advisory Partners
The British-American consultancy has worked with firms including Apple, Glaxosmithkline, Bank of America, Mastercard and PwC.
Carney has taken up a series of roles since his tenure at the Bank ended.
He is the United Nations special envoy on climate action and finance – a job tasking him with persuading banks and investors to stump up billions to tackle global warming.
On his Linkedin profile he is listed as vice chairman at Brookfield Asset Management, a board member at fintech firm Stripe, Bloomberg Philanthropies, Pimco and the World Economic Forum.
Carney, who was governor at the Bank from 2013 to 2020, served as Boris Johnson’s finance adviser for the Cop 26 climate change summit last year.