Bank of Japan appoints its first female executive director
Central banker Tokiko Shimizu who starts four-year term on Monday will keep role as head of BOJ’s Nagoya branch
Tokyo — The Bank of Japan has a woman as one of its top officials outside the policy board for the first time in its long history.
Tokiko Shimizu starts a four-year term as executive director on Monday, the BOJ said. The 55-year-old central banker will also keep her role as head of the BOJ’s Nagoya branch...