EUF’s unique comparative Legal Study updated
The EUF’s unique overview analysis of the legal and regulatory environments in Europe (and a number of important comparator countries) has been brought right up to date with an extensive review and revision of the EU 28 member countries’ positions. The EUF considers that this document now represents the only comprehensive analysis of its type available to the Industry, its regulators and lawmakers, associated support service providers and anyone with an interest in the effective finance of business.
The 2017 study consists of 15 sets of questions which investigate the key aspects of receivable financing and factoring and its value lies in bringing this important information together in one place for analysis, comparison and review.
Created with the kind support of global law firm Clifford Chance, the document is a substantial development from the previous edition, now with over three hundred pages of important data and analysis.
Launched at the 4th EU Factoring Summit held in Athens on 6/7 March 2018, the EUF Legal Study will be available on the websites of the EUF and FCI to their respective members.
Françoise Palle-Guillabert, Chairman of the EUF noted: “This updated legal study provides an important contribution to developing a common understanding of the opportunities and challenges that exist for the Factoring and Commercial Finance industry to finance the real economy of Europe, supporting business, economic growth and employment.”