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Bank of England 2h
At the Private Finance Launch yesterday the Governor, President Alok Sharma, President and spoke about how private finance can support the whole economy transition to net zero and how 2020 must be a year of climate action.
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Bank of England 22h
At the launch event for the Private Finance Agenda, the Governor, COP26 President Alok Sharma and President of the European Central Bank Christine Lagarde, spoke about how we can build an economy that is resilient to climate change.
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Bank of England 23h
You can still use your old paper £20 note. We will give 6 months notice before they are no longer legal tender. Find out more about the new £20 note:
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Bank of England Feb 27
Replying to @marrakechbride
Hi, we are yet to announced the withdrawal date of the paper £20, however we aim to give around 6 months' notice from the announcement to the date of withdrawal.
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Bank of England Feb 27
At the launch event for the Private Finance Agenda hosted by , Sir David Attenborough set out the scale of the climate challenge and the Governor spoke about how 2020 must be a year of climate action.
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Bank of England Feb 27
This morning, the Governor spoke at the launch of the Private Finance Agenda setting out the road to Glasgow.
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Bank of England Feb 26
We have partnered with Snapchat to launch a magical AR filter that brings the artist JMW Turner’s painting to life. To enjoy the experience scan the Snapcode here: 💷🎨
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Bank of England Feb 26
In his speech today Andrew Hauser, Executive Director, Markets, announces two of our new initiatives aimed at supporting the transition away from LIBOR.
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Bank of England Feb 25
Hi, this is the year we copyrighted the design. Since then, we have been trialling it, and printing enough stocks for issue last week.
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Bank of England Feb 25
Replying to @DanielM2K20
Hi Daniel. These notes are in dual circulation at the moment, so banks can continue to distribute the paper notes. We will make an announcement about their withdrawal at a later date (and will give you plenty of notice).
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Bank of England Feb 24
Unique identification codes for businesses, called Legal Entity Identifiers (LEIs), support financial stability, make payments more efficient and enable the shift to a data-driven digital economy.
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Bank of England Feb 24
Replying to @miles527
Hi Miles ATMs have now started to be converted to issue the new banknote and we expect most of the 62,000 ATMs that dispense £20 notes to switch to dispensing the new notes over the next six weeks.
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Bank of England Feb 24
Replying to @lovinJADEalways
Hi, You will still be able to use the paper £20 note until we withdraw it from circulation. We have yet to announce a withdrawal date so both notes will be able to be used for now. Also when we announce the withdrawal we will give at least six months’ notice.
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Bank of England Feb 24
Replying to @NaheedaRabbani
Hi, You will still be able to use the paper £20 note until we withdraw it from circulation. We have yet to announce a withdrawal date so both notes will be able to be used for now. Also when we announce the withdrawal we will give at least six months’ notice.
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Bank of England Feb 24
Replying to @Anon34058661
Hello We will issue our new polymer £50 note featuring Alan Turing in 2021. You can find out more about our new £50 polymer banknote here
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Bank of England Feb 21
Replying to @EmiliePW
Hi Emilie You will still be able to use the paper £20 note until we withdraw it from circulation. We have yet to announce a withdrawal date so both notes will be able to be used for now. Also, when we announce the withdrawal we will give at least six months’ notice.
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Bank of England Feb 21
Replying to @Leciqa
Hi Henry, I am afraid not, the paper and polymer £20 notes are running alongside each other at the moment. So it would either mean spending your notes or returning them to us. We will give 6 months notice ahead of a withdrawal date.
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Bank of England Feb 21
The new £20 note has arrived. Here are some of the best moments on Twitter from the issue day 🥳💷
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Bank of England Feb 21
Replying to @DanaManchild
Hello I can confirm that Dr. Sinan al-Shabibi was not appointed as chairman of the Monetary Policy Committee. You can find out more about out MPC her
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Bank of England Feb 21
Replying to @yitzisupdate
Hello, we have not yet announced the withdrawal date yet but this will be announced in due course. We aim to give 6 months notice from the announcement.
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