The EBF offices are closed for visitors between August 2nd and August 23rd and our reception and switchboard are not staffed during this period.
For urgent matters, send an e-mail to info@ebf.eu or contact
 one of the following persons:

  • To contact one of the EBF staff members, please contact one of our (executive) assistants: Mireille Thierry +322 508 37 27, Sue Pavis +322 508 37 69, Astrid Thielens +322 508 37 37 or Corrine Gil +322 508 37 39
  • For matters relating to finance, facilities or suppliers: Francois Seynaeve: +322 508 37 17
  • For matters relating to recruitment: Christine Surardt: +322 508 37 25

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EBF is a partner for Europe’s legislative, regulatory and supervisory authorities. Our commitment to the policy debate reflects a shared belief in the need for a fully integrated and robust Single Market for banking services.

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As EBF we bring Europe’s banking community together on a drive for banking regulatory excellence.

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EBF is fluent in networking. As the most representative European banking organisation we leverage financial expertise from across Europe to enhance competitiveness and innovation within the banking sector.

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Countries whose national banking associations are represented in the EBF as member or as associate

2.600.000

Approximate number of people working in the EU banking sector at the end of 2019.

5,981

Number of banks in the EU at the end of 2019.

EBF MEMBERS

STRATEGIC THEMES

The work and actions of the EBF focus on the following four strategic themes:

FINANCING
GROWTH

PRUDENTIAL POLICY &
SUPERVISION

CYBERSECURITY &
INNOVATION

FINANCIAL
EDUCATION

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