28 Oct 2008

ECRI Database on Banking Codes of Conduct

Maria Gerhardt

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The ECRI Database on Banking Codes of Conduct is a collection of valuable information on established codes of conduct in Europe, covering all 27 member states. The interactive Excel tool provides its user with a list of the codes per country, with information on the initiating organization/institution, a short description, content and further annotations. The database was created by ECRI in August 2008, depending on the availability of information from national financial associations and authorities. With the purchase of the ECRI Database, access to codes will be provided as well.

For more information, see ECRI website.

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