This workshop mainly aims an open dialogue platform for credit reporting service providers who are involved in collecting, processing, analysing and distributing the credit information and derivatives in different aspects and purposes varying from central banks to credit bureaus. The workshop is a two-day, interactive event to bring together the leading experts of this field from central banks, the CBRT, international institutions and credit reporting institutions. After the last global crisis, it is expected from the credit reporting systems to facilitate the fair extension of credit, to support the financial stability and supervision to minimize the systemic risks by providing timely, accurate, safe and efficient data by respecting consumer rights. The workshop provides to share mutual experience and knowledge through the challenges and opportunities of credit reporting systems regarding the possible use of global practices by reflecting the regional and country level experiences to improve the quality of credit reporting systems in their field. The program also provides an invaluable opportunity to strengthen the collaboration among institutions.
• Global practices of international institutions
• Reform process in the Turkish Credit Registry
• Central bank approach in credit reporting system (CRS)
• New EU methodology in CRS-Anacredit
• Supportive and dynamic Institutions for CRS
• Challenges and approaches in CRS in regional and country Level
Target Audience: The workshop is designed for high level officials from central banks, international instutitons, association of credit bureaus, business information industry association, consumer and data protection association, fintech institutions and other related institutions in credit reporting field.