News

  • News
    15 June 2017

    Fresh feelings to the summer – with FENCA!

    FENCA is presenting itself in a new, modern and fresh design.

  • News
    03 May 2017

    FENCA network is growing!

    France Contentieux recently joined FENCA.

  • News
    01 May 2017

    FENCA Members Meetin in Berlin!

    In Spring 2017, FENCA’s Board of Directors called in an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) to present a roadmap for the development of a pan-European Code of Conduct for GDPR to its members.

  • Federation News
    07 February 2017
    In a recent interview with Italian "Credit Village Magazine" FENCA president Erwin Falkner stressed the need for a a pan-European Code of Conduct for his industry

  • News
    23 November 2016
    The Council of FECMA elected Josef Busuttil, Director General of MACM, as President of FECMA on Friday, 18 November

  • News
    23 November 2016
    Developing a Pan-European Code of Conduct for the Debt Collection Industry

    The Federation of European National Collection Associations (FENCA), representing the interests if the European debt collection sector, is seeking legal consultancy for the development of a pan-European Code of Conduct for the entire debt collection sector in the European Union and the EEA countries.

  • News
    27 September 2016
    Erwin Falkner holds a diploma in business law with a specialization in international law from the University for Business and Management in Essen. He is a native Austrian, owner and managing director of the collection company VYNTO GmbH & Co. KG in Germany and managing director of the collection service company DCG Portal B.V. in the Netherlands. He has over 23 years of experience in leading companies and associations in the debt collection and credit industry. Since 1963, his company has been a member of BDIU, the national German collection association.

  • Federation News
    22 September 2016
    Věra Jourová, European Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Gender  Equality, sends FENCA a  video message for its World Congress on 22nd September 2016  in Berlin.

  • News
    27 June 2016
    “The British decision to leave the European Union brings instability and might be a losing game for nearly everyone in Europe”, says Andreas Aumüller, President of the Federation of European National Collection Associations (FENCA). “The Brexit will increase the costs of trade and very likely, the European single market will face a slowdown in growth. In the midterm the number of company insolvencies could rise. Payment defaults and credit losses might cause domino effects which could take a toll on other markets. Especially in times of financial distress and economic crisis businesses and consumers need certainty and predictability. The Brexit brings the opposite. FENCA as a European trade association hopes that there will always be a door open for an ongoing cooperation between the UK and the EU.”