EU lawmakers in the JURI committee of the European Parliament are expected to vote on their position on the proposed corporate accountability rules on April 25th, but some key points still remain to be unlocked.
After a strong first half of the year, the EU economy has now entered a much more challenging phase. The shocks unleashed by Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine are denting global demand and reinforcing global inflationary pressures.
A new legal mechanism to allow for transfers of personal data between the EU and the U.S. is now advancing after an October 7th, 2022 Executive Order was issued by U.S. President Biden (the “Executive Order”).
With a view to work more closely together and to represent the credit information sector more broadly, FEBIS and ACCIS have developed joint initiatives which include providing common papers on a number of key regulatory issues, thus enabling also a common representation of the credit and business information industry towards EU institutional.
The PSI and Open Data review directive which has been adopted last year is opening the possibilities to access and reuse data held by public sector, which is a great improvement in data access. Article 13 of the Directive mandates the EU to put in place High Value Datasets which should be available as open data and free of charge in the Internal Market, and one of categories identified as High Value Dataset is company and company ownership information. The European Commission is currently...