Lagarde says she’s proud to lead ECB after scathing staff survey


European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde looks on as she attends the European Parliament’s Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs, at the European Parliament, in Brussels, Belgium September 25, 2023. 

Yves Herman | Reuters

President Christine Lagarde on Thursday said she was “proud and honored” to leead the European Central Bank, after her leadership was slammed in a union-run survey of staff.

She was responding to a question about the findings, published by ECB union IPSO earlier this week, in which more than half of respondents rated her performance so far as “very poor” or “poor.”

The survey’s qualitative responses suggested some staff believed she had created a negative…


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