Information Access Team
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13 March 2020
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Thank you for your email dated 26 February in which you request access to the following under the
Freedom of Information Act 2000 (‘FoI Act’):
‘… a copy of the presentation slides used by Andy Haldane during a speech at Bloomberg London
on 24 February 2020’
The slides Andy Haldane used to deliver his speech at Bloomberg on 24 February are available to view on
the Bank of England’s (the ‘Bank’s) website at: https://www.bankofengland.co.uk/speech/2020/the-health-wealth-and-happiness-of-nations-slides-by-
Information Access Team
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attention of Wendy Galvin.
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