§ 72. Mr. Edgar Granville
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer which delegates will represent this country at the Monetary Conference proposed by President Roosevelt; and where and when the conference is likely to be held.
§ The Chancellor of the Exchequer (Sir John Anderson)
As already announced in the Press, the President of the United States has invited the United and Associated Nations to be represented at a Monetary Conference to be held at Bretton Woods on 1st July. The names of the representatives who will attend on behalf of the United Kingdom are being circulated in the OFFICIAL REPORT.
§ Following are the names:
§ The British delegation to the Conference on the International Monetary Fund will be composed as follows:
- Lord Keynes (Leader).
- Sir Wilfred Eady (one of the Second Secretaries, H.M. Treasury).
- Mr. N. B. Ronald (Assistant Under-Secretary of State, Foreign Office).
- Professor Lionel Robbins (Head of the Economic Section, War Cabinet Secretariat).
- Professor D. H. Robertson (Economic Adviser, H.M. Treasury).
- Mr. Redvers Opie (H.M. Embassy, Washington).
§ To be associated with the delegation and attend its meetings as a Member as may be convenient:
§ The Hon. R. H. Brand (Treasury Representative in Washington).