John Standish Fforde was the 24th Chief Cashier, holding the post between 1966 and 1970. He was born in 1923 and joined the Bank of England in 1948, after having served in the RAF during World War II and becoming a Fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford. FForde joined the Bank of England in 1953, as Deputy Head of the Central Banking Information Department, becoming advisor to the Governor in 1964. Following his role as Chief Cashier he was appointed an Executive Director and subsequently, in 1982 returned to the position of advisor to the Governor. John Fforde retired in 1984 and died in 2000, aged 78.
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