Middle income central banks lag on diversity and green policies

But code of ethics and whistleblower schemes remain common standards

The majority of middle income central banks lack diversity and inclusion or sustainability policies, the Governance Benchmarks 2024 finds.

The statistics show that just five (38.5%) of 13 upper-middle income respondents have a policy on diversity and inclusion. In the lower-middle income section, only two (28.6%) of seven institutions do. In the low income category, just one central bank says it has the policy.

On sustainability, the majority (61.5%) of 13 upper-middle income jurisdictions do not

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