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Dear European Central Bank,

The Pandemic Emergency Purchase Programme (PEPP) officially came into existence on March 24 and has begun purchasing corporate bonds issued by eligible companies.

The ECB website is publishing at the end of each week a ‘list of corporate bond securities held under the CSPP/PEPP’. However, this list:

- Merges and does not distinguish between (previous & new) purchases made under the pre-existing CSPP, and those associated with the PEPP program.

- It also does not disclose the number of euros spent on each corporate bond.

Therefore, it is effectively impossible to ascertain any meaningful information on how much money is supporting which companies. Given that the ECB has 750 billion euros to spend in a short space of time through PEPP, there is a clear public interest in greater transparency over this program.

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:

That the ECB discloses details on all bonds it has purchased to date through the PEPP. This should include:

1) All the bonds purchased by the PEPP (not the CSPP)
2) The Bonds' ISINs
2) The total amount of euros spent on each bond

Please can you include all the PEPP bonds purchased from March 24 to the date you actually process this request?

Best wishes,

Thomas O’Neill

Access to documents,

Dear Mr O’Neill,
Thank you for your request, which we have received on 7 April 2020, for
access to European Central Bank (ECB) documents.
In accordance with [1]Decision ECB/2004/3 on public access to ECB
documents, as last amended, you will receive a reply within 20 working
days.
Yours sincerely,
Compliance and Governance Office
DG Secretariat
European Central Bank
Sonnemannstrasse 20
60314 Frankfurt am Main
[2][email address]
 
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Dear Access to documents,

I had written to the ECB on April 7 2020, regarding its Pandemic Emergency Purchase Programme (PEPP).

The ECB replied stating that it would respond with a decision in 20 working days on April 8 2020.

I have to date received no reply contrary to EU law stating that the organization should respond promptly.

Please can you follow up on the matter?

Yours sincerely,

Thomas O'Neill

Dear European Central Bank,

I had written to the ECB on April 7 2020, regarding the Pandemic Emergency Purchase Programme (PEPP).

The ECB replied stating that it would respond with a decision in 20 working days on April 8 2020.

I have to date received no reply contrary to EU law stating that the organization should respond promptly.

Please can you follow up on the matter?

Yours sincerely,

Thomas O'Neill

Access to documents,

Dear Mr O’Neill,

We refer to your request of 7 April 2020, for access to European Central Bank (ECB) documents, whose current deadline for reply is Friday, 8 May 2020.

We regret to inform you that, owing to the increased workload created by a high number of simultaneous requests, the ECB has not yet been able to conclude the internal assessment process and the detailed analysis of all legal aspects related to the possible disclosure of the requested data.

In accordance with article 7.3 of Decision ECB/2004/3, the ECB has decided to extend the time-limit for responding to your application by 20 working days. Therefore, the next deadline for reply is 9 June 2020. Rest assured that we are looking into your request and that we will try to get back to you with a reply as soon as possible.

We apologise for the inconvenience this delay may cause.

Yours sincerely
Compliance and Governance Office
DG Secretariat
European Central Bank
Sonnemannstrasse 20
60314 Frankfurt am Main
[email address]

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