Welcome to the Global Consumer Credit Reporting Network


(former CCRWC)

The Consumer Credit Reporting World Committee (CCRWC) was created during the 1st Consumer Credit Reporting World Conference, held in Rome in 1998.

GCCRN is Supported by


More info about ACCIS and CDIA

During the 2nd World Conference (San Francisco, 2000) the CCRWC has changed in Global Consumer Credit Reporting Network (GCCRN).

The GCCRN has three main purposes:

  • maintaining an open dialogue among Credit Reporting Agencies from all over the world
  • monitoring critical worldwide issues impacting this industry
  • organizing a formal meeting every two years with the purpose of exchanging information on the status of consumer credit reporting in the world

It is joined by Credit Reporting Agencies from: America, Asia, Europe, Oceania, Africa

Membership includes: Associative Organizations, Private as well as State/Institutional Organizations that manage a Consumer Credit Bureau.