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Bank of Canada names new special adviser Add to ...

Evan Siddall has been named the new special adviser to Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney.

Mr. Siddall was most recently a senior executive with Fort Reliance Co., the holding company of Irving Oil, but before that he ran Lazard’s Canadian operation and has worked at Goldman Sachs and BMO Nesbitt Burns.

Mr. Siddall, who starts his two-year term in January, will replace Tim Hodgson, who has been special adviser since September, 2010.

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