Andrew McLeod Brooks Large was born 7 August 1942, the son of Major General Stanley Eyre Large, MBE, and was educated at Winchester College and Corpus Christi College, Cambridge (BA Honours and MA), and at INSEAD Fontainebleau (MBA).
His career began with British Petroleum Ltd (1964–71). Subsequently he was an investment banker for twenty years becoming a member of the management board of Swiss Bank Corporation from 1987–1989. He was Chairman of the Securities and Investments Board (precursor of the Financial Services Authority FSA) from 1992–1997, and deputy chairman of Barclays Bank from 1998–2002. Also, he is on the advisory board of OMFIF where he is regularly involved in meetings regarding the financial and monetary system.
He was Warden of Winchester College until he retired from that post in September 2008.
|The Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee|
|Governor: Sir Edward George (June 1997 – June 2003)|
|October 2002 – May 2003:||George | King | Allsopp | Nickell | Bean | Barker | Tucker | Bell | Large|
|June 2003:||George | King | Nickell | Bean | Barker | Tucker | Bell | Large | Lambert|
|Governor: Mervyn King (June 2003 – July 2013)|
|July 2003 – June 2005:||King | Nickell | Bean | Barker | Tucker | Bell | Large | Lambert | Lomax|
|July 2005 – January 2006:||King | Nickell | Bean | Barker | Tucker | Large | Lambert | Lomax | Walton|
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