EU watchdog enquires into Draghi’s membership of G30

Mario Draghi

The official ethics watchdog of the European Union has opened an inquiry into Mario Draghi's membership of the Group of 30, a discussion group for senior bankers and economists.

The inquiry by the European Ombudsman comes after a complaint from a non-governmental organisation (NGO) called the "Corporate Europe Observatory".

Emily O'Reilly, who holds the office of ombudsman, says in a statement that she has taken "no position in relation to any of these matters except to consider that they

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