ECB taking further steps to address gender imbalance - Isabel Schnabel

Isabel Schnabel

Fresh measures taken by the European Central Bank to tackle gender imbalances will also contribute to better policies, a top official says.

“Creating a culture in which diverse points of view and a wide range of skills are valued is essential – not just to redress the persistent gender imbalance in the profession, but also to protect against institutional groupthink, thus safeguarding the quality of the ECB’s monetary policy decisions,” said Isabel Schnabel in a speech today (September 28).


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