Jim Trott, chief dealer of the Bank of England, discussing
- September 16, 1992 — the day that George Soros went head-to-head in the currency marketsagainst the UK’s central bank—and won. How does it feel to be the Goliath who lost to Soros?
- his thoughts about trying to fix an exchange rate
- international dealmaking with the Bundesbank
- “At least we kept our currency. We didn’t have to consider what would happen if it actually went beyond that”.