Improving consumer protection in the EU has been a priority for the Juncker Commission, in particular in the context of the completion of the Digital Single Market. In addition to the latest “New Deal for Consumers”, which represents the new cornerstone of the EU consumer protection policy, several proposals are currently under discussion at EU level in order to support this objective.
While it is important that these initiatives offer an environment in which consumers’ rights are protected both online and offline, it is also essential that they do not create a complex and fragmented legal framework for the industry, but instead ensure that both consumers and businesses are able to rely on coherent and harmonised rules across the EU.
This event is by invitation only and will be held under Chatham House rules. Registration will be granted under a first-come first-served basis and limited to one representative per company.Register