RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Nubank, the fourth largest bank in Latin America in stock market value, has announced yet another diversity goal: to have half of its leadership positions filled by women in less than five years. To this end, it plans to hire 3,300 women over this period.
The recruitment estimate is higher than the current number of company staff, which employs more than 3,000 people in Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Germany, and the United States. At the moment, women represent 41% of this total and 39% of management positions.
According to its co-founder Cristina Junqueira . . .