Women paid 20% less than men at BoE

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The Bank of England’s gender pay gap fell to 20.2% in 2019, but remains above the UK national average, according to the bank’s executive director for people and culture.

Speaking on the issue of gender diversity on February 12, Lea Paterson said the proportion of women in senior management roles has risen to 30.8%.

“On our executive committee, which sits just below deputy governor level and is responsible for day-to-day management of the organisation, we are split pretty much 50/50 men and

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