Dubrovnik Retrospection: This was FENCA Congress 2014

Do you remember Dubrovnik? At a place which is rightfully called “pearl of the Adriatic”, collection experts from across Europe gathered last September to discuss current topics and trends in the management of receivables.
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European Collection Congress 2015

Booking for FENCA's 2015 congress in Stockholm has started.
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First impressions of #FENCA2014

FENCA is meeting for its European Collection Congress 2014 in Dubrovnik. See here the first impressions of #FENCA2014.
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EU Data Protection Training

The national associations of the debt collection and credit management industries BDIU from Germany, CSA from the United Kingdom, IVÖ from Austria, and PZW from Poland together with the vocational education academy DIA from Germany have developed a curriculum for a vocational training module on the impact of the new European data protection regulation on the claims management and debt collection sector.
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Ongoing Discussions about Data Protection

“Quality goes first,” when it comes to a data protection reform in the EU. It seems that he current debate will not come to an end before the European parliamentary elections in May. Will this be a power test between the new Parliament and the Council?
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Aumüller in Brussels at Data Protection event in the Bavarian Representation

The proposed European data protection regulation could have a major influence on how businesses in Europe will work in the future. FENCA's president Andreas Aumüller was guest at a panel discussion about this topic among high-ranking representatives of European institutions in Brussels.
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EU General Data Protection Regulation Threatens Work of Collection Companies

An expert constitutional law opinion, commissioned by the German Debt Collection Association BDIU, warns that the known proposals for the EU General Data Protection Regulation violate Germany's Basic Law as well as central European constitutional rights. They endanger, among other things, the work of credit agencies and collection agencies. The consequences would not only be borne by these two industries but by the entire European economy.
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