The board of the European Central Bank's (ECB) single supervisory mechanism (SSM) will provide a "record of proceedings" to the European Parliament on a quarterly basis, Danièle Nouy announced today.
Nouy, the chair of the supervisory board, told the parliament's committee on economic and monetary affairs that providing an account of its meetings was a "key element in building up the accountability framework" between the two institutions.
Under an "inter-institutional agreement" with Parliament
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