The Bank of England Youth Forum is a platform for young people to discuss and influence the economic and financial matters of the UK. The Forum is made up of 24 young people aged between 16 and 25 from across the country.
The Bank of England is the central bank for the whole of the United Kingdom. It is tasked with keeping prices stable (which it does partly through setting interest rates), regulating banks and building societies, and managing the printing and circulation of banknotes.
The Bank of England Youth Forum aims to improve financial education, encourage dialogue, and influence financial and economic decisions that will affect them.
We are not currently recruiting for members of the Bank of England Youth Forum.