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12 December 2014

Conference on Over-indebtedness – Brussels, EESC – 12 December 2014

Add to calendar 20141212 14:00 20141212 17:00 Europe/Paris Conference on Over-indebtedness – Brussels, EESC – 12 December 2014

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14:00 - 17:00

EU PARLIAMENT, RUE WIERTZ 60, 1047 BRUXELLES

[This page was originally published on www.fininc.eu. To learn more about the transfer of EFIN’s activities to Finance Watch, read our press release]

Panel 1: The situation of Over-indebtedness in Europe / Measures to detect, limit and cure over-indebtedness in Europe.

Mr Martin Siecker – President of the Section for Single Market, Production and Consumption, EESC

Despina Spanou – Director for Consumer Affairs, DG SANCO

Philippe Lamberts – Member of the European Parliament

Olivier Micol – Head of unit, SANCO B4 TBC, DG-SANCO report presentation

Andrea Falanga – Researcher, Réseau Financité & EFIN, study preview

Panel 2 : Cleaning the market from unfair practices and toxic products

Daniela Rondinelli – Member of the Employees’ group, EESC

Romanian situation about payday loan practices and lack of regulation

Alin Iacob – Association of Financial Services Users Panel 1:

Romanian situation about payday loan practices and lack of regulation

Revolving credit regulation to limit use difficulties for the customers

Maxime Chipoy, UFC Que Choisir

Payday lenders: a UK regulation project

Richard Piggin – Which?

Panel 3 : Build effective tools to detect and cure debt issues at early stage

Richard Ahlström – Malmö University

Debt settlement plan and rehabilitation impact measures: learning fromNordic countries

Caroline Siarkiewicz, Money Advice Service

Money Advice service approach in the UK

Jan Siebols – Vroeg er op af, City of Amsterdam

An original approach to detect financial issues at early stage

Maxime Pekkip – Crésus Federation

Money advice and over-indebtedness prevention approach in France

Panel 4 : EU Indicators

Ms Camille Dümm, Credit Register Manager, Belgian National Bank, Belgium

Ms Justyna Pytkowska, Research Manager, Microfinance Centre, Poland

Money advice and over-indebtedness prevention approach in France

Panel 4: From a “punishment model” to a “solution oriented” approach

Richard Ahlström – Malmö University

Historical milestones in debt collection practices

Philippe Assedo, BNP-Paribas Personal Finance

Innovative use of behavioral scoring to prevent financial issues of customers

Geert Lankhorst – Ministry of Security and Justice, the Netherlands

A new concept “the unreasonably creditor position” that hinder debt settlements

Conclusion:

Reine-Claude Mader – Chairperson of the Consumer, Housing and Lifestyle Federation (CLCV)

Hans Grohs – President European Consumer Debt Network

Olivier Jerusalmy – Chairman of EFIN / Researcher at Réseau Financité

Add to calendar 20141212 14:00 20141212 17:00 Europe/Paris Conference on Over-indebtedness – Brussels, EESC – 12 December 2014

[This page was originally published on www.fininc.eu. To learn more about the transfer of EFIN’s activities to Finance Watch, read our press release]

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EU PARLIAMENT
RUE WIERTZ 60, 1047 BRUXELLES

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