Prime Minister Boris Johnson has appointed a former funding banker as his new chief of employees.
Dan Rosenfield, who labored as a managing director within the funding banking division of Bank of America between 2011 and 2016, will start work at No 10 on 7 December, in accordance with a 26 November assertion from the prime minister’s workplace.
Rosenfield joins No 10 from Hakluyt, a strategic advisory agency for companies and buyers, the place he has been international head of company shoppers and head of the UK enterprise since 2016, the assertion mentioned. He additionally spent 11 years in the UK authorities’s Treasury division, between 2000 and 2011, together with 4 years as principal personal secretary to Chancellors Alistair Darling and George Osborne.
The transfer follows Dominic Cummings’ resignation as Boris Johnson’s chief adviser on 13 November, after 16 months within the position. Cummings’s departure adopted the resignation of his former Vote Go away colleague Lee Cain, who stop because the Prime Minister’s head of communications after shedding out in a Downing Street energy wrestle.
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Lord Udny-Lister, who was appointed to function Johnson’s performing chief of employees on 13 November, will stay in publish till 1 January 2021, the assertion from the prime minister’s workplace mentioned.
Rosenfield will “formally take over” from then, it continued, including that he’s anticipated to spend his first weeks assembly with ministers, Conservative MPs and the broader No10 group.
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