Disclosure of information related to the climate impact of CSPP and PEPP

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Dear European Central Bank,

In January, the ECB launched the review of its monetary policy strategy. Due to the Covid crisis, the review was postponed and should be conducted by mid-2021. While evaluating the effectiveness and potential side effects of the monetary policy , the review is expected to integrate climate in the ECB's operations. To do so, detailed informations needs to be provided regarding the climate impact of the ECB's operations, especially of the CSPP and new PEPP.

However, the ECB discloses the corporate bonds it holds under the CSPP and the PEPP and the total value of its purchases under these programs but gives no information regarding their environmental or climate impact. Some basic information could be easily disclosed by the ECB: the amount and value of CSPP and PEPP assets and purchases linked to fossil fuel companies and coal companies listed on the Global Coal Exit List, the distribution of CSPP and PEPP assets and purchases by sector or activity.

Given these elements, under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, we are requesting documents which contain the following information:
• The amount and value of CSPP and PEPP assets and purchases linked to fossil fuel companies;
• The amount and value of CSPP and PEPP assets and purchases linked to the companies listed on the Global Coal Exit List;
• The distribution of CSPP and PEPP assets and purchases by sector or activity.

Yours faithfully,

Paul Schreiber
Campaigner on the Supervision of Financial Actors

Access to documents,

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Dear Mr Schreiber,

Thank you for your request below, which we received on 22 April 2020, for
access to European Central Bank (ECB) documents.

Please note that your request has entered a queuing system and will be
handled as soon as the response to your previous application of 22 April
2020 on “disclosure of separate bond value under CSPP and PEPP”
(attached), has been finalised.

Yours sincerely

Compliance and Governance Office

DG Secretariat

European Central Bank

Sonnemannstrasse 20

60314 Frankfurt am Main

[1][email address]

 

Privacy notice: By submitting a request for access to documents, the ECB
collects information about you for the sole purpose of processing your
request in accordance with Decision ECB/2004/3 on public access to ECB
documents. All personal data are processed in accordance with EU Data
Protection Law (Regulation (EU) 2018/1725). The ECB is the controller for
the processing of the personal data. The recipients of the data will be
the ECB’s Compliance and Governance Office and, only when necessary, other
institutions within the European System of Central Banks, the Single
Supervisory Mechanism, or EU institutions.

You have the right to restrict processing and to access, rectify and under
certain conditions to request deletion of your stored personal data. You
can exercise your rights by contacting the ECB's Compliance and Governance
Office ([2][email address]) or the ECB’s Data Protection
Officer ([3][email address]).Furthermore, you have the right to address
the European Data Protection Supervisor ([4]www.edps.europa.eu) any time
regarding this processing of your personal data.

 

 

 

 

________________________________________

From: Paul Schreiber

Sent: Wednesday, 22 April 2020 10:10:59 (UTC+01:00) Amsterdam, Berlin,
Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna

To: [email address]

Subject: [EXT] access to documents request - Disclosure of information
related to the climate impact of CSPP and PEPP

 

Dear European Central Bank,

 

In January, the ECB launched the review of its monetary policy strategy.
Due to the Covid crisis, the review was postponed and should be conducted
by mid-2021. While evaluating the effectiveness and potential side effects
of the monetary policy , the review is expected to integrate climate in
the ECB's operations. To do so, detailed informations needs to be provided
regarding the climate impact of the ECB's operations, especially of the
CSPP and new PEPP.

 

However, the ECB discloses  the corporate bonds it holds under the CSPP
and the PEPP and the total value of its purchases under these programs but
gives no information regarding their environmental or climate impact. Some
basic information could be easily disclosed by the ECB: the amount and
value of CSPP and PEPP assets and purchases linked to fossil fuel
companies and coal companies listed on the Global Coal Exit List, the
distribution of CSPP and PEPP assets and purchases by sector or activity.

 

Given these elements, under the right of access to documents in the EU
treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, we are requesting
documents which contain the following information:

•       The amount and value of CSPP and PEPP assets and purchases linked
to fossil fuel companies;

•       The amount and value of CSPP and PEPP assets and purchases linked
to the companies listed on the Global Coal Exit List;

•       The distribution of CSPP and PEPP assets and purchases by sector
or activity.

 

Yours faithfully,

 

Paul Schreiber

Campaigner on the Supervision of Financial Actors

 

-------------------------------------------------------------------

 

This is a request for access to information under Article 15 of the TFEU
and, where applicable, Regulation 1049/2001 which has been sent via the
AsktheEU.org website.

 

Please kindly use this email address for all replies to this request:
[FOI #7877 email]

 

If [ECB request email] is the wrong address for information requests
to European Central Bank, please tell the AsktheEU.org team on email
[email address]

 

This message and all replies from European Central Bank will be published
on the AsktheEU.org website. For more information see our dedicated page
for EU public officials at https://www.asktheeu.org/en/help/officers

 

Please note that in some cases publication of requests and responses will
be delayed.

 

 

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Access to documents,

Dear Mr Schreiber,

We confirm that on 30 June 2020, after finalising the reply to your first
request regarding the disclosure of separate bond value under CSPP and
PEPP, your second request received on 22 April (please see below) has
started being processed.

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]

Privacy notice: By submitting a request for access to documents, the ECB
collects information about you for the sole purpose of processing your
request in accordance with Decision ECB/2004/3 on public access to ECB
documents. All personal data are processed in accordance with EU Data
Protection Law (Regulation (EU) 2018/1725). The ECB is the controller for
the processing of the personal data. The recipients of the data will be
the ECB’s Compliance and Governance Office and, only when necessary, other
institutions within the European System of Central Banks, the Single
Supervisory Mechanism, or EU institutions.

You have the right to restrict processing and to access, rectify and under
certain conditions to request deletion of your stored personal data. You
can exercise your rights by contacting the ECB's Compliance and Governance
Office ([3][email address]) or the ECB’s Data Protection
Officer ([4][email address]).Furthermore, you have the right to address
the European Data Protection Supervisor ([5]www.edps.europa.eu) any time
regarding this processing of your personal data.

 

 

From: Access to documents
Sent: 23 April 2020 12:05
To: [FOI #7877 email]
Subject: RE: [EXT] access to documents request - Disclosure of information
related to the climate impact of CSPP and PEPP

 

Dear Mr Schreiber,

Thank you for your request below, which we received on 22 April 2020, for
access to European Central Bank (ECB) documents.

Please note that your request has entered a queuing system and will be
handled as soon as the response to your previous application of 22 April
2020 on “disclosure of separate bond value under CSPP and PEPP”
(attached), has been finalised.

Yours sincerely

Compliance and Governance Office

DG Secretariat

European Central Bank

Sonnemannstrasse 20

60314 Frankfurt am Main

[6][email address]

 

Privacy notice: By submitting a request for access to documents, the ECB
collects information about you for the sole purpose of processing your
request in accordance with Decision ECB/2004/3 on public access to ECB
documents. All personal data are processed in accordance with EU Data
Protection Law (Regulation (EU) 2018/1725). The ECB is the controller for
the processing of the personal data. The recipients of the data will be
the ECB’s Compliance and Governance Office and, only when necessary, other
institutions within the European System of Central Banks, the Single
Supervisory Mechanism, or EU institutions.

You have the right to restrict processing and to access, rectify and under
certain conditions to request deletion of your stored personal data. You
can exercise your rights by contacting the ECB's Compliance and Governance
Office ([7][email address]) or the ECB’s Data Protection
Officer ([8][email address]).Furthermore, you have the right to address
the European Data Protection Supervisor ([9]www.edps.europa.eu) any time
regarding this processing of your personal data.

 

 

 

 

________________________________________

From: Paul Schreiber

Sent: Wednesday, 22 April 2020 10:10:59 (UTC+01:00) Amsterdam, Berlin,
Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna

To: [email address]

Subject: [EXT] access to documents request - Disclosure of information
related to the climate impact of CSPP and PEPP

 

Dear European Central Bank,

 

In January, the ECB launched the review of its monetary policy strategy.
Due to the Covid crisis, the review was postponed and should be conducted
by mid-2021. While evaluating the effectiveness and potential side effects
of the monetary policy , the review is expected to integrate climate in
the ECB's operations. To do so, detailed informations needs to be provided
regarding the climate impact of the ECB's operations, especially of the
CSPP and new PEPP.

 

However, the ECB discloses  the corporate bonds it holds under the CSPP
and the PEPP and the total value of its purchases under these programs but
gives no information regarding their environmental or climate impact. Some
basic information could be easily disclosed by the ECB: the amount and
value of CSPP and PEPP assets and purchases linked to fossil fuel
companies and coal companies listed on the Global Coal Exit List, the
distribution of CSPP and PEPP assets and purchases by sector or activity.

 

Given these elements, under the right of access to documents in the EU
treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, we are requesting
documents which contain the following information:

•       The amount and value of CSPP and PEPP assets and purchases linked
to fossil fuel companies;

•       The amount and value of CSPP and PEPP assets and purchases linked
to the companies listed on the Global Coal Exit List;

•       The distribution of CSPP and PEPP assets and purchases by sector
or activity.

 

Yours faithfully,

 

Paul Schreiber

Campaigner on the Supervision of Financial Actors

 

-------------------------------------------------------------------

 

This is a request for access to information under Article 15 of the TFEU
and, where applicable, Regulation 1049/2001 which has been sent via the
AsktheEU.org website.

 

Please kindly use this email address for all replies to this request:
[FOI #7877 email]

 

If [ECB request email] is the wrong address for information requests
to European Central Bank, please tell the AsktheEU.org team on email
[email address]

 

This message and all replies from European Central Bank will be published
on the AsktheEU.org website. For more information see our dedicated page
for EU public officials at https://www.asktheeu.org/en/help/officers

 

Please note that in some cases publication of requests and responses will
be delayed.

 

 

-------------------------------------------------------------------

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commitment by the ECB except where provided for in a written agreement.
This e-mail is intended only for the use of the recipient(s) named above.
Any unauthorised disclosure, use or dissemination, either in whole or in
part, is prohibited. If you have received this e-mail in error, please
notify the sender immediately via e-mail and delete this e-mail from your
system. The ECB processes personal data in line with Regulation (EU)
2018/1725. In case of queries, please contact the ECB Data Protection
Officer ([email address]). You may also contact the European Data
Protection Supervisor.

References

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2. mailto:[email address]
3. file:///C:\Users\ballest\AppData\Roaming\OpenText\OTEdit\EC_darwin\c74320805\accesstodocuments%40ecb.europa.eu
4. mailto:[email address]
5. http://www.edps.europa.eu/
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Access to documents,

Dear Mr Schreiber,

We refer to your request received on 22 April 2020, for access to European
Central Bank (ECB) documents.

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
documents.

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.

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

[1][email address]

 

 

From: Access to documents
Sent: 30 June 2020 17:17
To: '[FOI #7877 email]'
Subject: RE: [EXT] access to documents request - Disclosure of information
related to the climate impact of CSPP and PEPP

 

Dear Mr Schreiber,

We confirm that on 30 June 2020, after finalising the reply to your first
request regarding the disclosure of separate bond value under CSPP and
PEPP, your second request received on 22 April (please see below) has
started being processed.

In accordance with [2]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

[3][email address]

Privacy notice: By submitting a request for access to documents, the ECB
collects information about you for the sole purpose of processing your
request in accordance with Decision ECB/2004/3 on public access to ECB
documents. All personal data are processed in accordance with EU Data
Protection Law (Regulation (EU) 2018/1725). The ECB is the controller for
the processing of the personal data. The recipients of the data will be
the ECB’s Compliance and Governance Office and, only when necessary, other
institutions within the European System of Central Banks, the Single
Supervisory Mechanism, or EU institutions.

You have the right to restrict processing and to access, rectify and under
certain conditions to request deletion of your stored personal data. You
can exercise your rights by contacting the ECB's Compliance and Governance
Office ([4][email address]) or the ECB’s Data Protection
Officer ([5][email address]).Furthermore, you have the right to address
the European Data Protection Supervisor ([6]www.edps.europa.eu) any time
regarding this processing of your personal data.

 

 

From: Access to documents
Sent: 23 April 2020 12:05
To: [FOI #7877 email]
Subject: RE: [EXT] access to documents request - Disclosure of information
related to the climate impact of CSPP and PEPP

 

Dear Mr Schreiber,

Thank you for your request below, which we received on 22 April 2020, for
access to European Central Bank (ECB) documents.

Please note that your request has entered a queuing system and will be
handled as soon as the response to your previous application of 22 April
2020 on “disclosure of separate bond value under CSPP and PEPP”
(attached), has been finalised.

Yours sincerely

Compliance and Governance Office

DG Secretariat

European Central Bank

Sonnemannstrasse 20

60314 Frankfurt am Main

[7][email address]

 

Privacy notice: By submitting a request for access to documents, the ECB
collects information about you for the sole purpose of processing your
request in accordance with Decision ECB/2004/3 on public access to ECB
documents. All personal data are processed in accordance with EU Data
Protection Law (Regulation (EU) 2018/1725). The ECB is the controller for
the processing of the personal data. The recipients of the data will be
the ECB’s Compliance and Governance Office and, only when necessary, other
institutions within the European System of Central Banks, the Single
Supervisory Mechanism, or EU institutions.

You have the right to restrict processing and to access, rectify and under
certain conditions to request deletion of your stored personal data. You
can exercise your rights by contacting the ECB's Compliance and Governance
Office ([8][email address]) or the ECB’s Data Protection
Officer ([9][email address]).Furthermore, you have the right to address
the European Data Protection Supervisor ([10]www.edps.europa.eu) any time
regarding this processing of your personal data.

 

 

 

 

________________________________________

From: Paul Schreiber

Sent: Wednesday, 22 April 2020 10:10:59 (UTC+01:00) Amsterdam, Berlin,
Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna

To: [email address]

Subject: [EXT] access to documents request - Disclosure of information
related to the climate impact of CSPP and PEPP

 

Dear European Central Bank,

 

In January, the ECB launched the review of its monetary policy strategy.
Due to the Covid crisis, the review was postponed and should be conducted
by mid-2021. While evaluating the effectiveness and potential side effects
of the monetary policy , the review is expected to integrate climate in
the ECB's operations. To do so, detailed informations needs to be provided
regarding the climate impact of the ECB's operations, especially of the
CSPP and new PEPP.

 

However, the ECB discloses  the corporate bonds it holds under the CSPP
and the PEPP and the total value of its purchases under these programs but
gives no information regarding their environmental or climate impact. Some
basic information could be easily disclosed by the ECB: the amount and
value of CSPP and PEPP assets and purchases linked to fossil fuel
companies and coal companies listed on the Global Coal Exit List, the
distribution of CSPP and PEPP assets and purchases by sector or activity.

 

Given these elements, under the right of access to documents in the EU
treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, we are requesting
documents which contain the following information:

•       The amount and value of CSPP and PEPP assets and purchases linked
to fossil fuel companies;

•       The amount and value of CSPP and PEPP assets and purchases linked
to the companies listed on the Global Coal Exit List;

•       The distribution of CSPP and PEPP assets and purchases by sector
or activity.

 

Yours faithfully,

 

Paul Schreiber

Campaigner on the Supervision of Financial Actors

 

-------------------------------------------------------------------

 

This is a request for access to information under Article 15 of the TFEU
and, where applicable, Regulation 1049/2001 which has been sent via the
AsktheEU.org website.

 

Please kindly use this email address for all replies to this request:
[FOI #7877 email]

 

If [ECB request email] is the wrong address for information requests
to European Central Bank, please tell the AsktheEU.org team on email
[email address]

 

This message and all replies from European Central Bank will be published
on the AsktheEU.org website. For more information see our dedicated page
for EU public officials at https://www.asktheeu.org/en/help/officers

 

Please note that in some cases publication of requests and responses will
be delayed.

 

 

-------------------------------------------------------------------

Any e-mail message from the European Central Bank (ECB) is sent in good
faith, but shall neither be binding nor construed as constituting a
commitment by the ECB except where provided for in a written agreement.
This e-mail is intended only for the use of the recipient(s) named above.
Any unauthorised disclosure, use or dissemination, either in whole or in
part, is prohibited. If you have received this e-mail in error, please
notify the sender immediately via e-mail and delete this e-mail from your
system. The ECB processes personal data in line with Regulation (EU)
2018/1725. In case of queries, please contact the ECB Data Protection
Officer ([email address]). You may also contact the European Data
Protection Supervisor.

References

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1. mailto:[email address]
2. http://www.ecb.europa.eu/ecb/legal/pdf/0...
3. mailto:[email address]
4. file:///C:\Users\ballest\AppData\Roaming\OpenText\OTEdit\EC_darwin\c74320805\accesstodocuments%40ecb.europa.eu
5. mailto:[email address]
6. http://www.edps.europa.eu/
7. mailto:[email address]
8. file:///C:\Users\ballest\AppData\Roaming\OpenText\OTEdit\EC_darwin\c74320805\accesstodocuments%40ecb.europa.eu
9. mailto:[email address]
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