The European Central Bank has made up ground on its gender targets after missing interim goals in 2017, but it still has a way to go, according to data in the central bank’s latest annual report.
At the end of 2018, 29% of management positions were held by women, compared with a target of 35% by the end of 2019. In 2017, the central bank missed its interim target of 24% by 7 percentage points.
For senior management roles, the share was 22% against a 29% target for end-2019. A year earlier, the
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