Governance Benchmarks 2024 – executive summary

Data sheds light on governance structures, staffing, policy independence and profits

The Governance Benchmarks 2024 report presents original data on the ways central banks ensure they can meet their mandates. The challenging and volatile global economic environment makes it vital that central banks have the best possible mechanisms to run their own affairs. Both to preserve their independence and to ensure that they are functioning as well as they can, central banks need robust and effective internal decision-making processes.

This report covers governance structures, including

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