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EFIN - a EU Network to tackle financial exclusion


An European Strategy Against Over-indebtedness: What could be done at the EU level?

For the programme and registration please click here.

Brussels, European Economic & Social Committee premises

An EU conference organised by EFIN and ECDN in partnership with the EESC. Registration will start in September

The fight against financial exclusion...

EFIN bases its actions upon the objective to tackle financial exclusion which refers to ”a process whereby people encounter
difficulties accessing and/or using financial services and products in the mainstream market that are appropriate to their needs and enable them to lead a normal social life in the society in which they belong”. a common bond for a large range of stakeholders

The European Financial Inclusion Network (EFIN) is a coalition of European stakeholders (institutions and
individuals) involved in financial inclusion, including:
• European networks active in a more specific area of financial inclusion • Public institutions • Trade Unions • NGOs • Universities and Research institutes • Consumer protection organisations • Financial education practitioners • Debt counselling organisations representatives • Financial Institutions • Bank Associations

Financial Inclusion Priorities in Europe

See the new financial inclusion priorities in Europe.
Download the PDF version.