International Association of Public Pawnbroking Institutions
Association internationale des établissements publics de crédit sur gages
Asociación Internacional de Establecimientos Públicos de Crédito Pignoraticio
Internationale Vereinigung der Öffentlichen Pfandkreditanstalten
Associazione Internazionale dei Pubblici Istituti di Credito su Pegno
1957-09-28 Milan Italy
28 Sep 1957, Milan (Italy). Also referred to in Spanish as Asociación Internacional de Montes de Piedad. No recent activity reported since 1989.
Inform members about the survival and development of usury and means of fighting it; study and compare different legislative, statutory and prescribed dispositions, and different activities of pawnbroking institutions, their working and the means at their disposal; facilitate mutual acquaintance between institutions and promote exchange of information and documents; draw up projects of general interest.
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General meeting of delegates of members. Administration Council, formed by President, 3 Vice-Presidents and representatives from each member country. Meetings closed.
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