George Malcolm Gill was the 27th Chief Cashier, holding the post between 1988 and 1991. Born in 1934, he joined the Bank of England in 1957 after National Service. From 1966-'68 he was seconded to the UK delegation of the IMF in Washington and in 1972 was private secretary to the Governor, Lord O'Brien. In 1977 George Gill was seconded to HM Treasury and in 1982 he was appointed to head the Foreign Exchange Division. In 1991 he joined the Bank for International Settlements, retiring in 1999. His 3 year tenure makes Malcolm Gill one of the shortest serving Chief Cashiers.
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