Photographer: Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images Boris Johnson named a former senior manager at Bank of America Corp. to become his new chief of staff as part of an overhaul to his team of advisers at the top of the U.K. government. Dan Rosenfield will start work on Dec. 7 in the prime minister’s office before taking over as chief of staff on Jan. 1. […] He was managing director at the banking division in Bank of America between 2011 and 2016. […] Boris Johnson Clears Out His Brexit Gang to Take Back Control Rosenfield’s task will be to help Johnson reset his government’s agenda after months of criticism over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic. He will spend his first weeks building relationships with ministers and Conservative members of Parliament, a vital job for Johnson as the premier seeks to mend relations with colleagues frustrated with his leadership.
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