In this letter to the European Data Protection Board, ACCIS recalls that – whilst the draft guidelines do not exclude the application of restrictions for the benefit of private entities and for private interests – the examples provided in the draft guidelines do not...
In this joint response with our partner organization, the Federation of Business Information Services (FEBIS), ACCIS and FEBIS agree that the European Union needs to strengthen data sharing mechanisms, to increase the availability of data and thus facilitate the...
White paper on the complementarity of public and private credit reporting in Europe to promote responsible lending
In our white paper “Complementarity of public and private credit reporting in Europe to promote responsible lending”, we explain that different European countries make credit data available in different ways. Whilst some rely entirely on private credit bureaus (PCBs),...
In this letter to the European Data Protection Board, ACCIS is thankful for the draft guidance offered on the “additional measures” - to be put in place alongside SCCs - for international data transfers. Overall, the recommendations as they stand appear to however...
ACCIS feedback on consultation on Standard Contractual Clauses for the transfer of personal data to third countries
In its feedback to the European Commission's consultation on the draft implementing decision and its Annex discussing the standard contractual clauses (SCCs) for transferring personal data to non-EU countries, ACCIS shares it detailed views over some of the clauses,...
The Association of Consumer Credit Information Suppliers (ACCIS) represents the largest group of credit reference agencies in the world. ACCIS brings together 41 members across 28 European countries and 11 associate and affiliate members from all other continents.
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