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Sylvain Bouyon, Daniel Cano, Fergal Carton, Frank Conway, Franck Guiader

This edition includes an editorial by Sylvain Bouyon, as well as articles by Daniel Cano, Fergal Carton, Frank Conway and Franck Guiader...

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Sylvain Bouyon

In recent years, the digitalisation of retail financial services – retail payments, current/savings accounts, consumer/housing credit, car insurance, property...

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Sylvain Bouyon, Roberto Musmeci

The expansion of credit markets has fostered economic growth across the European Union, but it has also produced a sharp increase in the average level of household...

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Sylvain Bouyon, Paul Thomalla, Michael Pearson

This edition includes an editorial by Sylvain Bouyon, as well as articles by Paul Thomalla from ACI Worldwide and Michael Pearson from Clarus Investments...

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Sylvain Bouyon, Karel Lannoo, Mark Cliffe, Michalis Haliassos, Phil Thornton, Hans Timmermans, Monica Woodley, Stefan van Woelderen

This edition includes an editorial by Sylvain Bouyon as well as an article by Karel Lannoo on digitalisation.

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Alistair Milne, Paul Parboteeah

This paper reviews peer-to-peer (P2P) lending, its development in the UK and other countries, and assesses the business and economic policy issues surrounding this new form of intermediation.

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Sylvain Bouyon, David Rees, Hans Dubois, Jan Siebols, Olivier Jerusalmy, Udo Reifner

This Edition includes an editorial on financial technology and over-indebtedness, as well as six ECRI newsletter articles.

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Sylvain Bouyon, Karel Lannoo

The European Commission’s Green Paper on retail financial services, published on December 10th, provides valuable insights into the possible benefits of a single market, as well as the obstacles to its development and the possible remedies.

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Sylvain Bouyon

Given that final consumption of households has contributed on average to broadly 60% of EU-28 GDP since 2001, an assessment of the drivers behind its dynamics is quite timely in a context of gradual economic recovery.

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