European Credit Research Institute - ECRI

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Definition: European Credit Research Institute - ECRI

The European Credit Research Institute or ECRI is an institute which gives information about the European markets. It work of the institute focuses on regulations, market study etc of the European market. The ECRI was found by European financial institutions and major banks in 1999.

ECRI conducts research activities and conducts conferences, which helps to understand the European markets better. The studies done through ECRI help companies prepare better and also forecast economic scenarios of the markets in Europe.

ECRI also advices to the policymakers. The various topics on which ECRI gives its contributions are credit-market regulation, supervision, reporting etc. 

The majority of the research is carried out by policy and economic analysis as well as the trend monitoring method.

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