Industry Partners

L'Association francaise des credit managers et conseils


L’AFDCC was created in 1970. Its membership  is composed of 980 companies It represents the Credit Management profession through its 11 branches in France.

L’AFDCC is a member of the Federation of European Credit Management Association (FECMA).

L’AFDC as a training partner has 6 programs : Financial analysis, Law studies, Negotiation and Communication, Credit Management processes, Team Management and International procedures and collection.

L’AFDCC is an expert hub In networking in organizing meetings and conferences, to share experience and expertise, to improve your skills and to look for new job opportunities.


For further details on AFDCC, please download presentation below:

Presentation on AFDCC
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Business Information Industry Association


The Business Information Industry Association (BIIA) is a trade association for providers of a wide range of business information services which help other businesses manage growth and reduce risk.


Our members’ services spectrum includes information content, platforms, workflow software, decision systems, identity and authentication services, compliance and risk assessment tools.  The largest member segments are business information, b2c and b2b marketing services, risk  management, fraud prevention, compliance services, consumer credit bureaus, commercial credit information companies and software providers supporting digital commerce.


Federation of European Credit Management Associations 


FECMA was founded in 1986. Its members are all national credit management associations and currently there are 14 members. Our vision is to promote best practice in credit management by enabling the members of all the FECMA associations to share their knowledge and experience.

Federation of European National Collection Associations


Since the establishment of the Federation of European National Collection Associations, several countries have joined the Federation. In 2004, 14 countries were part of the process.



The SME Finance Forum works to expand access to finance for small and medium businesses. The Forum operates a global membership network that brings together financial institutions, technology companies, and development finance institutions to share knowledge, spur innovation, and promote the growth of SMEs.