Posts tagged with "Late Payments"



Late Payments Practices – new edition
FEBIS · 26. September 2023
FEBIS Working Group on “Late Payments”, which objective is to increase and share the knowledge on this topic has released a second edition about the situation in some countries, not only on legal aspects, but also on the best practices and the impact of late payments in the economy.

FEBIS participates in the creation of the European Payment Observatory in commercial transactions
FEBIS · 31. August 2023
One of the components of this Observatory is the Stakeholder's Forum, composed of associations, information providers, and administrations with experience in the problem of late payments.

FEBIS Working Group on “Late Payments”
FEBIS · 16. May 2023
FEBIS Working Group on “Late Payments”, which objective is to increase and share the knowledge on this topic has released a first version about the situation in some countries, not only on legal aspects, but also on the best practices and the impact of late payments in the economy.

FEBIS participates in the first Stakeholder Forum meeting of the EU Payments Observatory
FEBIS · 03. May 2023
In her State of the Union address in September 2022, President von der Leyen announced the revision of Directive 2011/7/EU on combating late payments in commercial transactions. This measure is one of the measures that will be put in place to put an end to the culture of late payments. An essential aspect is the lack of transparency, and the creation of an Observatory is one of the main measures of this project.

Late Payments
Economy · 20. January 2023
Results indicate that the Late Payment Directive has been associated with higher cash flow in firms that were experiencing longer time to collect their credits in the past.

European Payment Study Q1022
Economy · 30. May 2022
The European Average Payment Delay decreased for the fifth quarter in a row.

Italy Payments Study: severe delays are growing particularly in Umbria, Liguria and Trentino Alto Adige
Economy · 18. May 2021
On the first quarter of 2021, due to the persistency of the Pandemic, the severe delays in payments of enterprises grew especially in...

EU Newsletter · 12. November 2020
On November 6, 2020, the DG Grow H1 unit of the European Commission organised a webinar on Late Payments. One of the major aims of this webinar was to help the Commission to assess the scope and data needs for setting up an EU observatory on Late Payments.

Economy · 15. September 2020
Starting 30 June 2020, is reported a negative economic impact of the Covid-19 emergency on the punctuality of payments of companies: the companies that pay the suppliers with serious delay (beyond the 30 days) are 11,8%. an increase compared to the first quarter of 2020 (10.6%) and substantially similar to that of a year ago (11.6%). Information underlined by a study done by CRIF considering data related to first half of 2020. However, there is some slight improvement, especially for...

Economy · 18. June 2020
Companies in Rhineland-Palatinate with the greatest delay in payment There are regional differences in the average late payment. Companies in Rhineland-Palatinate overdraw the payment deadlines the most - on average by 56 days. Companies in Bremen (average delay 45 days) and Hamburg (43 days) also pay bills with a severe delay. The best situation is in Saarland, where companies pay on average 25 days late. The worst payment behaviour is currently evident in the cultural, entertainment and...

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