Central banks should lead disclosure on gender and ethnicity pay gaps, says Bank of England
Paper calls on OECD and International Labour Organisation to lead development of global standards
The Bank of England has called for an extension of pay gap reporting to cover ethnicity, and has suggested that central banks should "lead by example" by disclosing their own pay gaps.
Currently, just a handful of countries require companies to publish their gender and ethnicity …
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