Legal notice

The website is designed and produced by the External Communication Division of the Bundesbank’s Directorate General Communications.

The Deutsche Bundesbank is a federal institution with legal personality under public law. It is represented in and out of court by its Executive Board

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60431 Frankfurt am Main
VAT number: DE 114103555
Legal Entity Identifier: 529900SEOICVR2VM6Y05

Responsibility for content under press law:
Susanne Kreutzer

Magnus Mäkelä

Deutsche Bundesbank
External Communication
Wilhelm-Epstein-Straße 14
60431 Frankfurt am Main
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Fax: +49 69 709097-9000

Conditions of General Use for the website

1 Social media presence

The Bundesbank has accounts on:

These channels are also used to disseminate information related to Euro20+. The Bundesbank maintains no other personal accounts or profiles on these websites. The comments made on these platforms solely express the views of the respective users, and do not reflect those of the Bundesbank.

2 Disclaimer

The website operated by the Bundesbank (hereinafter referred to as the “website”) is an information and application platform for the Bundesbank’s Euro20+.

The Bundesbank carefully reviews the information on the website and endeavours to update it regularly. Given the technical nature of the internet, however, the Bundesbank accepts no liability for the completeness, accuracy and absolute up-to-dateness of the information it posts, to the extent that the incompleteness, inaccuracy or lack of up-to-dateness of this information do not represent an act of wilful intent or gross negligence on the part of the Bundesbank or its staff. To this end, please be sure to verify the accuracy of the information presented here, particularly if it serves as a basis for transactions.

The Bundesbank shall be liable for the violation of other obligations only in the event of intent or gross negligence.

The exclusion or limitation of liability specified above shall not apply to liability for losses resulting from injury to life, body or health; in such cases the Bundesbank shall be liable in accordance with the statutory provisions.

3 Running the website

The Bundesbank is permitted to modify the website at its own discretion at any time without prior notice and/or cease its operation. It is under no obligation to update content on the website.

4 Using the content of this website

4.1 Using the general content of this website

Unless otherwise stated, the user rights for the content of the website lie with the Bundesbank. The rules stated under 4.2 apply to images (photographs, photographic works, graphics).

Except where it is prohibited in individual cases, you are free to save, forward or reproduce in physical or electronic form for your personal or professional use the information produced by the Bundesbank and published on the website. This information must not be altered or distorted in any way.

Any of the uses listed above with regard to forwarding and reproduction of information produced by the Bundesbank must cite the following: “Source: Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt am Main, Germany”.

4.2 Using images

Please note that the Bundesbank itself does not possess the user rights needed to transfer all the images on the website (photographs, photographic works, graphics) to third parties. Therefore, as a matter of policy, the download, republication, retransmission, reproduction, or any other use of all images on the website as an independent file in each case without the consent of the copyright owners is prohibited. Non-compliance may give rise to compensation claims.

For information on who owns the rights to images where this is not explicitly stated, please contact the External Communication Division of the Bundesbank via

5 Links to third-party content

Proprietary content on the website is to be distinguished from links to content made available by other providers. By providing these links, the Bundesbank merely enables access to third-party content, which is marked “external” accordingly.

When creating links, the Bundesbank’s editorial team reviews the trustworthiness and reliability of third-party content to the best of its ability and establishes whether such content might constitute a potential liability under civil or criminal law. However, the possibility of this content being subsequently amended by its respective providers cannot be ruled out.

The Bundesbank does not continuously review the content of the links on the website for changes which might substantiate a liability. Please let us know if you have reason to believe that the external linked sites violate existing laws or contain inappropriate content.