Past Events

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Tuesday, 27 June, 2006 - 09:00
CEPS - Centre for European Policy Studies 1 Place du Congrès / Congresplein 1000 Brussels

In a market place with increasing variety and complexity of financial products, the consumer's information and education are essential. Empowered European consumers will be able to better compare products and to make better informed financial choices.

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Thursday, 2 February, 2006 - 11:45
CEPS - Centre for European Policy Studies 1 Place du Congrès / Congresplein 1000 Brussels

Following the release of the EU Commission's second modified proposal for a Directive on Consumer Credit, the European Credit Research Institute (ECRI) organises on 2 February 2006 morning a Roundtable Discussion.

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Tuesday, 8 November, 2005 - 09:00
CEPS - Centre for European Policy Studies 1 Place du Congrès / Congresplein 1000 Brussels

The First Consumer Financial Capability Workshop provides an opportunity to discuss the concept and definition of financial capability as well as methods to measure it. We also discuss the socio-economic determinants of consumers' financial capability as well as related policy and regulatory issues.

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Thursday, 28 October, 2004 - 09:00
CEPS - Centre for European Policy Studies 1 Place du Congrès / Congresplein 1000 Brussels

High level speakers, ranging from policy and law makers to representatives from consumer and industry groups as well as national representatives to the Council on the Draft consumer credit directive and Karel Lannoo, CEPS CEO discuss on the different aspects related to the integration of retail financial markets in the EU and the currently interesting example drawn by the consumer credit directive.

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Tuesday, 25 November, 2003 - 09:00
CEPS - Centre for European Policy Studies 1 Place du Congrès / Congresplein 1000 Brussels

An increasing part of consumer credit in Europe is now being provided at the point of sale. This practice has important implications for the future development of consumer credit in the European Union and poses major challenges to policy-makers responsible for EU regulatory policy in this area.

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Thursday, 7 June, 2001 - 09:00
CEPS - Centre for European Policy Studies 1 Place du Congrès / Congresplein 1000 Brussels

The objective of this ECRI seminar was to refocus the debate on consumer protection in financial services, with special attention to the foreseen revision of the Consumer credit Directive.

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