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Banking in Europe: EBF publishes 2018 Facts & Figures

• European banks consolidate to boost efficiency and enhance profitability
• Total number of credit institutions in the EU down by 31% since 2008
• Non-performing loans are no longer a specific European problem
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PAYMENT TERMS REACHED A TEN-YEAR HIGH

Euler Hermes publishes its annual review and forecast of global average Days Sales Outstanding (DSO), based on a sample of 20 sectors and 36 countries.
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Payment Behavior

Good news on global growth comes with a significant deterioration in payment terms.
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China's Credit Growth

China’s broadest gauge of new credit trailed projections amid renewed government pledges to tackle financial risk.
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White Paper on the requirements of the GDPR

How will the GDPR influence debt collection? Will collection companies still be allowed to collect and process personal data? - Yes! That is the conclusion of a new White Paper, recently published by the German Association of Debt Collection Companies (BDIU).
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Late payment Europe

Under EU law, whenever business' clients pay their invoices late, late payment interest can be claimed.

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Collection Practice per Country

How complex is collecting debt around the world?

Euler Hermes collection practices map
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Stricter Regulations for Debt Collectors Are in the Works

The Consumer Financial Protection Buro has a plan....
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FENCA ready to work with Institutions to implement Data Protection Rules

FENCA welcomes that a political agreement was found on the Data Protection Regulation on 15th December 2015 and expresses its readiness to work with the European and national institutions on their implementation.
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AURIGA CREDIT NETWORK grows

AURIGA is pleased to inform about growth from the Netherlands and France.
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Insolvencies in Europe 2013/2012

Overview Insolvencies in Europe 2013/2012
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Approved reliability in a new shape!

Our representative partner Germany – Greif Handelsauskunftei und Inkasso Stephan GmbH in Dachau presents its new appearance.
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Reform on the European Insolvency legislation

AURIGA helps you to find the best Credit Management Solution around the globe
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EUROPEAN COMMISSION PRESS RELEASE Brussels, March 2014

New approach to rescue businesses in EU
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European Parliament Pushing Insolvency Law Consistency

The aim to achieve a standard in international Credit Management procedures is quite dicfficult but not impossible.
In the meanwhile, www.aurigacreditnetwork.com can be a perfect tool for both, Creditors and Credit Management Service Providers,
for handling jobs like international DEBT COLLECTION, CREDIT CHECKS, DEBT PURCHASE, SKIP TRACING, CREDIT INSURANCE etc..

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Collect debts at the click of a mouse – introducing a new foreign debt collection solution

It is an all too familiar scenario for every entrepreneur: the service has been provided or
the goods have been delivered to order – but your business partner fails to pay. Worse
still, they are also based in another country. What to do?
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AURIGA announces collaboration with CredInform Russia

Benefit from the GLOBAS-Information system.
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Singapore raps 20 banks for trying to rig rates

Singapore has rapped 20 banks for allowing 133 traders to attempt to manipulate interest rates and foreign exchange benchmarks during a four-year period.
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AURIGA on the PAN European Credit Manager Congress

250 representatives from 15 countries expected to attend the PAN European Credit Manager Congress - FECMA Association President Glen Bullivant: "Credit management is more important than ever".
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AURIGA in the journal CreditManager Europe

The Auriga Credit Network is presented in the journal "CreditManager Europe".
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European Union caps bankers' bonuses

Bankers' bonuses are to be capped at two times bankers' salaries
Banks will be subject to a strict transparency regime under a provisional EU deal
European parliament late on Wednesday night secured agreement on the deal
A serious setback for the UK's fight to head-off some of the remuneration curbs
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Should the euro never have existed?

Saxo co-CEO: 'Euro should never have existed'
Germany fears Greek exit from eurozone would spark monetary union breakup
Euro has risen 10% against U.S. dollar since July 2012
Saxo's Christensen: 'Euro demise depends on Germany'
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Was the euro ever "about to collapse"?

Former European Central Bank chief says euro was never going to collapse.
In 2012, critics predicted at least partial breakup of 17-member eurozone.
Euro plunged to 25-month low against U.S. dollar in July 2012.
Currency war fears prevail in run-up to G20 finance ministers meeting this week.

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Misconduct costs Barclays another $1.6 billion

British bank Barclays is making another attempt to turn the page on past misconduct by setting aside more cash to compensate clients who were mis-sold certain products.
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Myanmar signs deal with foreign creditors

Myanmar cleared bulk of $11.3B in outstanding foreign debts.
Myanmar reached agreements with Paris Club creditors, World Bank, ADB.
Paris Club agreement cancels at least 50% of further $4.4B in bilateral debt

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Report: Unemployment to rise again in 2013

A total of 197 million people were without a job in 2012, says ILO report.
Global unemployment numbers will rise once again in 2013.
Youth unemployment remains persistent problem.

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Goldman eyes tax delay on UK bonuses

A banker paid a £100,000 bonus on top of a £150,000 salary would save £5,000.
About half of the top 20 banks in the City considered delaying UK payouts, in line with Goldman's move. Bankers said the only other institutions planning delayed payouts were small operators.
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Google's Schmidt starts North Korea trip

A controversial private trip to North Korea by Google Chairman Eric Schmidt and former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson got underway Monday, according to media reports.
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Economy will limp along in 2013

James Galbraith: I do not foresee economic disaster in 2013

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Abe intensifies pressure on Bank of Japan

Abe calls on BoJ to ease monetary policy after winning general election on Sunday

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Italy´s Berlusconi vows to run for prime minister again

Prime Minister Mario Monti plans to step down after passage of a budget, stability measures.

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China: Manufacturing sector expands

The rise of China: China´s official manufacturing index increased in November, boosting hopes for a sustained expansion in the crucial sector.
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FSA fines UBS £29.7m over rogue trader

Regulator criticises bank for having ineffective computer risk control and 'ineffective supervision'
UBS has been fined £29.7m for "significant control breakdowns" that allowed a rogue trader to lose $2.3bn in 2011
The Financial Services Authority handed out the third largest fine in its history
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Former UBS trader Adoboli guilty on fraud charges over huge loss

Former trader Kweku Adoboli convicted on a 2nd fraud count, acquitted on 4 others
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Will Chinese consumers lead the world?

China's growing middle class is expected to grow from 350 million to 600 million by 2020.
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S&P found guilty of misleading investors

The Federal Court of Australia ruled S&P and ABN Amro had "deceived" and "misled" 12 local councils
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NYSE and Nasdaq closed as Hurricane Sandy hits

U.S. stock exchanges were closed Monday as Hurricane Sandy bore down on New York.
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IMF: Slow growth, big risks

A tentative recovery in the global economy is running out of steam and growth could weaken further due to Europe's debt crisis and inaction over a looming fiscal squeeze in the United States, the International Monetary Fund said Monday.
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Consumer confidence rises, boosted by jobs optimism

Consumer confidence rose in September, as renewed optimism about the job market gave the economic indicator a boost.
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Your credit score isn't what you think it is

The credit score you receive may be much higher or lower than the one a lender uses when deciding whether to give you a mortgage, credit card or auto loan, a new government report finds.

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Banking in Europe: EBF publishes 2018 Facts & Figures

• European banks consolidate to boost efficiency and enhance profitability • Total number of credit institutions in the EU down by 31% since 2008 • Non-performing loans are no longer a specific European problem
More...

PAYMENT TERMS REACHED A TEN-YEAR HIGH

Euler Hermes publishes its annual review and forecast of global average Days Sales Outstanding (DSO), based on a sample of 20 sectors and 36 countries.
More...

Payment Behavior

Good news on global growth comes with a significant deterioration in payment terms.
More...

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