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European for Consumer Rights

Over the last years FX loans have turned into a huge problem in many European countries. The European Legal Committee for Consumer Rights was founded to act on behalf of bank clients who have FX loans with unfair clauses. The Committee is encouraging governments to find speedy and just outcome for the victims of these schemes as the Hungarian government has attempted to do.

 

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Representatives

The European Legal Committee for Consumer Rights has representatives from fifteen countries: Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, France, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Spain, Ukraine and the United Kingdom. Meet their representatives!

 

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Events

The Committee organises conferences to inform of the progress in each country and to share strategies and action taken. There has been conferences in Cyprus (4th-6th December 2014), Athens (8th-10th June 2015) , London (9th-10th September 2015) and Madrid (14th April).

 

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Luxembourg: a nightmare for the European Banks

05/25/2016

The Judgment of the Spanish Supreme Court and the Superior Court of Justice of the European Union, have defended those affected by FX LOANS and have knocked down the banks… read more

Polish banks face PLN 22bn burden on FX-conversion law

05/18/2016

The bill is traveling towards the Senate, before the bill heads to the President for signing, veto or constitutional review. Its objective is to make the polish banks write off.. read more

Division of the region due to the Montenegrin decision to the franc

05/16/2016

If you are not in the euro, which is one of the suggested model solutions in the region, suggest the conversion of loans in national currency Dusan Uzelac believes that the.. read more