ACCIS Established in Dublin in 1990, the Association of Consumer Credit Information Suppliers (ACCIS) is an international non-profit association under Belgian law bringing together 37 consumer credit reference agencies in 27 European countries and 4 associate members from all other continents. ACCIS’ main role consists in representing, promoting, protecting and preserving the common interests of its members. This includes in particular the representation and advocacy of members’ interests’ vis-à-vis government agencies, the public and all other third parties and to inform its members about matters of concern to them, including information about practices of other members. It also tries to coordinate their mutual interests and to represent them in the world committee. ACCIS aims to create a legal climate in which its members can continue to offer and further develop their services both at home and in Europe.
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