20 Apr, 2022

Upcoming webinars on the Consumer Credit Directive and Financial Inclusion in Europe

In April, Financial Inclusion Europe is organising multiple national webinar events which will discuss the proposals on the Consumer Credit Directive. Key stakeholders from France, Italy, and Germany will exchange on the CCD proposal and its capacity to improve the national consumer credit market to make it safer, fairer, and inclusive. 

Find out more about the panelists and programme of these respective webinars below: 

  • FRENCH webinar on the Consumer Credit Directive – 26 April 2022 – 11 am UCTRegister here. 
  • GERMAN webinar on the Consumer Credit Directive – 27 April 2022 – 11 am UCTRegister here. 

  • Italian webinar on the Consumer Credit Directive – 28 April 2022 – 11 am UCTRegister here. 

 

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