SNB head to face council over sexism allegations – media reports

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Thomas Jordan

The head of Switzerland’s central bank will appear before its governing council next week to discuss allegations that female staff face entrenched discrimination, media reports said.

Thomas Jordan will meet the council on Monday, October 12 over growing concerns about the treatment of female staff, Bloomberg News reported today (October 9). The SNB sent a statement to Central Banking today strongly denying allegations of sexism and bullying.

“The Swiss National Bank regards bullying, sexism

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