22 Sep 2009

Data collection for prices of current accounts provided to consumers

Dominique Spaey / Willem Pieter De Groen / Anissa Naouar / Sarah Cheliout / Emrah Arbak / Rym Ayadi / Leen Moria / Sonia Gonzalo / Sylvie Barel / Tine Debusschere / Annamaria Szekely Ilas

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The objective of this survey was therefore to produce statistically reliable data on the prices and tariffs for using the services linked to a current bank account in the EU Member States. The data collected on prices needed to be publicly available information, i.e. information available on websites or leaflets from financial institutions, or from their customer service.

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