Price transparency for consumer creditConPolicy presents study in Vienna

How transparent is the information on interest rates and costs in consumer credit advertising? What are the experiences of regulators and consumer organizations with the regulations in their country and are there best practices in other EU Member States?

ConPolicy examined these questions in a comparative study for Belgium, Germany, Austria and Great Britain on behalf of ING-DiBa Austria.

The results of the study were presented by ConPolicy managing director Prof. Dr. Christian Thorun as part of the Club Orange Vienna of ING-DiBa Austria in Vienna today. Afterwards, Christian Thorun discussed the results of the study with the Consumer Protection Officer of ING-DiBa Thomas Bieler and the editor in chief of Finanztip Hermann-Josef Tenhagen.

To the study