Joint EUF-Eurofinas-Leaseurope letter on TLTRO
EUF-Eurofinas-Leaseurope have created a joint letter on the European Central Bank’s Targeted Longer Term Refinancing Operations.
EUF answer to ECB consultation
EUF has sent it's comments to the ECB consultation on draft Regulation on reporting of supervisory financial information.
Registration to the First EU Factoring and Commercial Finance Summit is now open!
As announced in our “save the date” news, the First EU Factoring and Commercial Finance Summit Conference will take place on 27 January in Brussels, Belgium.
The programme will address the latest updates, promoting and celebrating the impact of the Factoring and Commercial Finance Industry in supporting the real economy and employment in Europe. This conference is a must for anyone who is serious about the future of the Factoring and Commercial Finance Industry in Europe.
For more information and the detailed programme, please look at the Brochure:
To register to the event, please fill in the registration form below:
Register now for this historic Conference! We look forward to seeing you in Brussels!
Save the date: First EU Factoring and Commercial Finance Summit
The First EU Factoring & Commercial Finance Summit Conference and Dinner organised jointly by the EUF, IFG and FCI.
27th January 2015
Meet key EU decision makers, MEPs, Industry Leaders and colleagues at this unique first gathering of industry and legislators. Share latest updates and be involved in promoting and celebrating the impact of the Commercial Finance Industry in supporting the real economy and employment in Europe.
More information coming soon!
EU Factoring and Commercial Finance grew in first half 2014
Data for the first half year of 2014 collated and analysed by the EU Federation for the Factoring and Commercial Finance Industry (EUF) show that factoring and commercial finance volumes grew in the first half 2014.
For the period measured, the overall increase was 7.55% compared to 3.6% for the same period in the preceding year. Based on the latest GDP figures from Eurostat, average market penetration increased to approximately 10%.