Role of boards differs widely across central banks

All benchmark respondents have boards, but powers and responsibilities show great variety

Central banks agree on the importance of an oversight board, the Governance Benchmarks 2022 indicate. All of the central banks that responded have a board that functions as a governance or oversight body.

Among the respondents, the median number of board members overseeing a central bank is 5, and the mean figure is 7.7.
 

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BEHIND THE DATA: An upper-middle income country in the Asia-Pacific region said its board “adopts individual and sub-legislative normative decisions, approves the

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