ECB revamps code of conduct for high-level officials

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The European Central Bank has reinforced the rules of engagement and transparency for its high-level officials with a new code of conduct, the central bank announced on January 16.

The rules came into force on January 1 in response to requests from the European Parliament and recommendations by the European Ombudsman, said the ECB.

The measures enjoy the endorsement of the 25 members of the governing council, the ECB’s decision-making body composed of the six executive board members and 19

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