ECB’s asset buying should drop ‘market neutrality’ – Rehn

Olli Rehn
Photo: Bank of Finland/Karoliina Vuorenmäki

The European Central Bank should abandon market neutrality in its bond-buying programmes, Bank of Finland governor Olli Rehn has told Central Banking.

In a recent interview, Rehn said fostering responsible investment is consistent with the ECB’s mandate to support the European Union’s goals.

“In the Bank of Finland, we have also committed ourselves to the UN principles for responsible investment,” said Rehn.” And we are practising what we preach. We are looking at our investments from the

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