Why the EU watchdog wants answers from ECB

Emily O'Reilly's letter to Draghi follows complaint about ECB role in private forum

7th July, 2017
EU watchdog looks into complaint against ECB. Pic: Getty

The G30, which holds discussions on international economic and financial issues, describes itself as “a private, non-profit, international body composed of very senior representatives of the private and public sectors and academia”.

Former ECB president Jean-Claude Trichet is the group’s current honorary chairman. Its membership includes a number of senior figures from private banks.

It asks for a written response to a number of questions, including how often Draghi or other...

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