Posts tagged with "ACCIS"



FEBIS · 29. October 2020
The release of the European Data Strategy early 2020 immediately faced by the corona virus crisis has gained renewed importance. An economy and society empowered by data will...

Partners · 07. October 2020
COVID-19 IMPACTS ON THE CREDIT & BUSINESS INFORMATION INDUSTRY A cross-section of 22 companies from the credit and business information industry have recently completed a survey to assess the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on their business operations. Except for 2 respondents, the answers come from Europe-based companies.

Strategic alliances · 13. May 2020
Our industry partner ACCIS has elected its new President

Strategic alliances · 14. April 2020
Dear Members, As published and informed in February, FEBIS and ACCIS signed a MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) in order to create a framework for co-operation. As established in the document signed by both associations, the areas of collaboration would be centred on Regulatory affairs, European affairs, affairs in relation to the International Committee of Credit Reporting - where both organisations are members - and any other matters commonly agreed. As part of the development of this...

Economy · 05. April 2020
As part of the credit ecosystem, credit reference agencies are committed to supporting individuals and SMEs. The European economy is being hit hard by the global coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. The public health emergency that has been called across many European countries is posing temporary difficulties for people and businesses to keep up with their loan repayments or with their utility bills (phone, electricity, water, etc.). National governments and EU bodies are taking measures[1] to...
FEBIS · 14. February 2020
On 11 February 2020, the President of ACCIS (Association of Consumer Credit Information Suppliers), Enrico Lodi, and the President of FEBIS (Federation of Business Information Services), Gertjan Kaart signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to create a framework for co-operation that will enable both associations to benefit from common activities in their respective strategies. Greater cooperation will also help both organisations pursue their respective goals and avoid any unnecessary...