Few central banks have diversity or sustainability policies

Eight in 10 have a whistleblower policy

In recent years, many central banks have felt the need to make it clear to the people they served that they were addressing key governance issues. Four of the most important issues were environmental sustainability, diversity among employees, professional ethics, and the treatment of whistleblowers. Many public bodies, including central banks, decided to set out dedicated policies on these questions. 

Among the institutions that responded to our governance survey, the decision to adopt

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