In its latest annual resolution on the European Central Bank, the European Parliament has adopted several of Positive Money Europe’s proposals in the area of transparency and governance.
Despite today’s decision the European Central Bank will keep re-injecting more than 190 billion euros into the financial system in 2019. But the ECB is not making the most optimal use of those reinvestments.
In a speech delivered by Benoit Cœuré in Berlin, the European Central Bank finally shed light on how it plans to combat climate change.
On 18 Friday 2018, a group of campaigners including Positive Money Europe handed a petition to EU finance ministers demanding that Greece gets back the profits made off of its debt.
In its first report, the Network of Central Banks and Financial Supervisors for Greening the Financial System (NGFS) sets out an ambitious scope of work to make central banks take a major role in supporting the transition towards a sustainable economy.