Achim Tiffe, born 1967, attorney at law and political scientist, worked for the institut für finanzdienstleistungen (reg. ass.) from 2001–2013, based in Hamburg, Germany, as of 2010 as managing director of the institute. Currently he works as a lawyer for consumers in the field of financial services and as a consultant for consumer
Project manager and expert for EU-surveys: general financial advice (2012), mortgage policy (2009), equity release schemes (2009), cross-border financial services (2008) consultant for the Bulgarian National Bank with regard to the drafting of the consumer credit law (2005), implementation of the Code of Conduct for home loans (2003); further publications: standardised information sheet schemes (2012), transparency of old age pension products (2010), reverse mortgage (2007), responsible lending (2007), old age pensions (2005); international trainer for consumer advisors / BEUC (2012), training of employees of the national supervision agency BaFin (2011), workshops for Deutsche Bank (2006), banking law expert for the Federation of German Consumer Organisations (vzbv) since 2002, regularly mystery shopping tests.
Languages. German, English, French, Spanish