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Data sharing in credit markets: Does comprehensiveness matter?

Place du Congrès, Brussels, Belgium

Participation in this event is free of charge.


Data sharing in credit markets: Does comprehensiveness matter?


Data sharing between lenders is commonly acknowledged to be one of the core ingredients of successful credit markets. The aim of this CEPS-ECRI lunchtime meeting is to exchange views on the existing rules for data sharing in EU credit markets and to consider how they might be improved. Among other topics of discussion will be whether more comprehensive data is beneficial for credit markets and whether this applies to both traditional credit data and non-traditional data. Senior practitioners, distinguished academics, high-level officials and influential representatives from consumer associations will share their various points of view on this subject.

Sponsored by ACCIS


Registration and light lunch from 12:00 – Meeting from 12:30 to 14:30

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Karel Lannoo

Chief Executive Officer

Speakers list
Sylvain Bouyon

Research Fellow, CEPS (presentation of a report on data sharing in credit markets)

Paulo Silva

Legal Officer, DG FISMA, European Commission

Farid Aliyev

Senior Financial Services Officer, BEUC

Karel Lannoo