More central banks have diversity and sustainability policies

But these policies remain less common than codes of ethics and whistleblower policies

Between 2021 and 2022 there was a small increase in the proportion of central banks reporting that they have policies in place governing sustainability and diversity.

Both topics are rising on political agendas in many countries. The data from the Governance Benchmarks 2021 and 2022 may indicate a trend towards these issues being incorporated into central bank governance frameworks.

The proportion of central banks reporting they have a diversity policy rose from 38.2% to 52.9%. Similarly, 26.5

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