Brussels, September 11, 2019
Presentation of the Research Report: ‘Data sharing in credit markets – Does comprehensiveness matter?'
On September 11, the final report of a research project conducted by ECRI-CEPS (the European Credit Research Institute of the Centre for European Policy Studies) and the University of Edinburgh was presented at the CEPS Brussels Headquarters.
Sponsored by ACCIS, the study employed a rigorous econometric methodology to analyze a database of credit information collected by European credit reference agencies in order to examine how the comprehensiveness of shared data impacts financial inclusion, financial intermediation, and the risk of missed repayments. The study also provides a qualitative analysis of how so-called ‘non-traditional’ data impacts credit markets.
Enrico Lodi, Managing Director of CRIF, participated in the debate together with other qualified experts.
Visit the ACCIS website to download the research:accis.eu