Amman, Jordan, October 23, 2017
CRIF interviewed by the Oxford Business Group in Jordan
Ahmad Amoudi, General Manager of CRIF Jordan, talks about current challenges in the Jordan credit market and how to deal with them.
Bangkok, October 18-20, 2017
CRIF’s speech at the BIIA 2017 Biennial Conference in Bangkok
At this year’s edition of the BIIA 2017 Biennial Conference, held from October 18 to 20, 2017, digitization and technology were the opening themes. Professionals from the lending community, the fast growing Fintech sector, credit reporting agencies, the e-commerce sector, trade credit and rating businesses as well as regulators joined the event to learn more about how to tackle the challenges of disruptive technologies in the credit ecosystem.
Taiwan, October 17, 2017
Digital Financial Technology Forum in Taiwan
On October 17, 2017, CCIS (China Credit Information Service) and CRIF held the 2017 Digital Financial Technology Forum in Taiwan. Among the speakers, Professor Daphne Yuan, Director of the Center for Public and Business Administration Education (CPBAE) at National Chengchi University, stated the importance of blockchain technology in the innovation wave that is involving the entire FinTech community.
Bangkok, October 18-20, 2017
BIIA 2017 Biennial Conference
CRIF will sponsor the BIIA 2017 Conference which will be held at The Okura Prestige Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand.
London, October 5, 2017
The Insurance Fraud Awards 2017
CRIF will sponsor The Insurance Fraud Awards 2017, which will be held at The Brewery in London on October 5, 2017.
Krakow, September 20, 2017
CRIF sponsor of Credit Matters VI-The deep dive
CRIF will be one of the main sponsor of the annual event of ACCEE (The Association of Credit for Central and Eastern Europe) to be held in Krakow from September 20th to 22nd.
Bologna, Italy, November 6, 2017
CRIF works with the Irish Credit Bureau (ICB) to enhance ICB’s credit scoring system
CRIF and ICB announced today the refresh of the ICB’s bespoke credit scoring system, with a new version of the model, the ICB CRIF Score Version IV, to be released by the end of 2017. The ICB CRIF Score has been constantly monitored and updated, since its initial release in 2001, to reflect changing market conditions and the increasing number of lenders who were registering data in the ICB database.
Barcelona/Bologna, 10 October 2017
Catalexit: a portion of Abertis’ Spanish portfolio could be affected under an independence scenarioAcesa and Invicat Catalan Concessions Will Expire in 2021
Barcelona, October 9, 2017
Catalexit: companies’ and banks’ re-domiciling not the real impact
Catalan Exports to Suffer the Most in case of a Unilateral Independence Declaration.
CRIF Ratings (CRIF) does not expect a significant impact on Catalonia’s GDP as a result of a change in the legal domicile of companies and/or banks’.
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